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Published on Dec 8, 2011
Over the last century, the Ohio Historical Society (OHS) has collected more than three million artifacts in order to preserve and interpret the history of Ohio. So, it may surprise you that they are now hoping to receive more loans and donations of items from the 1950s for an upcoming exhibit on the exciting decade.
The exhibit will include an entire Lustron home, manufactured in Columbus in the 1950s, that visitors can walk through and peruse household items from the era inside. This interactive exhibit goes a long way in achieving its goal of "encouraging visitors to interact with artifacts, documents, photographs, and other records of the past in more participatory and meaningful ways."