2 edition of historical interpretive programme concept for the Cobalt tourism development project found in the catalog.
historical interpretive programme concept for the Cobalt tourism development project
by Ministry of Culture and Recreation, Heritage Conservation Division, Historical Planning and Research Branch in [Canada
Written in English
|Statement||submitted to the Ministry of Industry and Tourism and the Cobalt Restoration Committee ; prepared by Doug Baldwin, Theresa Baxter, John Dunn ; with publication assistance provided by Peggie Nunn.|
|Contributions||Baxter, Theresa., Dunn, John., Cobalt (Ont.) Restoration Committee., Ontario. Ministry of Industry and Tourism., Ontario. Heritage Conservation Division., Ontario. Historical Planning and Research Branch.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||79 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||79|
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Exhibition Plans or Programs4 The bridge between missions and actual exhibitions is generally an exhibition plan. Most museums have five-year exhibition plans. Some, especially those with plans for major reinstallation of permanent exhibitions, project 10 years out.
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