Liu, Robert K.
September 1990
Ornament;Autumn90, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p48
The article features The Bead Museum, located in Prescott, Arizona. The museum, a nonprofit founded in the 2002, collects, preserves, identify and display perforated ornaments and related personal adornment. According to the museum director Gabrielle Liese, the museum has attracted worldwide attention because of its focus on a single type of artifact.


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