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(The New York Times)   "Objects can give us an insight into a time period that documents cannot"   (nytimes.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Museum, Dearborn, Michigan, Tourism in metropolitan Detroit, The Henry Ford, Curator, Bottle, set of new objects, Andrew Cuomo  
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2020-08-03 2:09:38 PM  
True. They have an honesty unfiltered by words and expression.
 
2020-08-03 2:33:34 PM  
I agree.  You can talk to objects in a different way than you can talk to a document.
 
2020-08-03 3:40:19 PM  
I've always said that to understand history, you need to understand conflict.  To understand any particular conflict, you need to understand the tools with which it was fought.
 
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