Treasures Unveiled
Treasures Unveiled

Treasures Unveiled

June 17, 2010 - Feb 21, 2014

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Treasures Unveiled is an exhibit of unique and rarely seen items from the Center’s collections. This exhibit will "explore for treasure" in a number of ways.The word treasure can have many meanings. The Southwest holds national treasures, such as Canyonlands and Mesa Verde National Parks. People, too, are treasures. Artists like Stanton Englehart and R.C. Gorman are venerated for the beauty they create. Some treasures have more personal meaning: a family possession that survived the journey west, or perhaps a wedding photograph or an heirloom quilt. Some treasures are less tangible, such as a thoughtful word or stories of a different way of life.The Center of Southwest Studies invites you to joins us in a Southwestern treasure hunt!


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