Kentucky Gateway Museum Center Newsletter
The Kentucky Gateway Museum Center educates visitors by offering dynamic collections, exhibits, and a genealogical-historical library. We bring all the stories of the Maysville region into fascinating focus. Our Genealogical & Historical Research Library sheds light on the people and events of a seven-county area through an extensive collection of books, manuscripts and documents from the past 300 years.
Our Regional History Museum illuminates the past through award-winning dioramas, more than 4,000 regional artifacts and a gallery of fine art related to Maysville and Kentucky. And our Kathleen Savage Browning Miniatures Collection looks at the world from a new perspective through mesmerizing, 1/12-scale reproductions of homes, furnishings, clothing, artwork and people.
Everyone who ever passed through this part of Kentucky or called it home left a story behind. Some are stories of courage and great achievement, others of love and everyday survival. The more we explore those struggles and dreams, the more we understand our own.
The Museum Center is an extraordinary institution for a city of our size. We use it as a parlor for our guests, a schoolroom for our children and an attic, where our most precious memories are stored. History, genealogy, culture and heritage all wrapped up in one fantastic place. Robert L. Hendrickson, Publisher; The Ledger-Independent
Black History- February 9th- 24th Black History Artifacts- History Museum Elisha Green & Bethel Baptist Church- Miniatures Gallery African Skies- StarLab Sweet Clara & The Freedom Quilt- Language Arts/Fine Arts Activity Contact Tandy Nash- email@example.com or call (606) 564-5865 to schedule your event!
February 20, 2016 at 10:30 AM Connecting African-American Genealogy to Black History Month By: Lindrell Blackwell From the African American Genealogy Group of Kentucky, Inc. Lindrell Blackwell has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Family Studies from the University of Kentucky. He is employed by the Commonwealth of Kentucky as a supervisor for the Department…