A central Kentucky museum of deaf history
is being reviewed with the aim of putting together a long-term plan
to display the trove of items in its collection.
The Danville Advocate-Messenger reports that Jacobs Hall Museum
on the campus of the Kentucky School for the Deaf has received a
grant from a national preservation organization to conduct the
The grant, from the Conservation Assessment Program administered
by national nonprofit group Heritage Preservation, will provide
funding for two museum experts to complete a study of Jacobs Hall
and offer their suggestions about how to proceed.
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