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Q & A: State Museum director says collections serve all of New York

New York State Museum Director Mark Schaming stands in front of the “Remembering 9/11” exhibit.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
New York State Museum Director Mark Schaming stands in front of the “Remembering 9/11” exhibit.
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“Is the 9/11 exhibit open?” When the phone rings at the New York State Museum, that’s the No. 1 question. On the museum’s web site, the 9/11 exhibit gets the most hits. “We have the nation’s largest collection of 9/11 artifacts,” says museum director Mark Schaming. But the New York State Museum in Albany was an exceptional institution long before it became the keeper of 9/11 objects and memories. The state-run facility is one of the ...


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