It’s the smell of seasoned artifacts. Hundred-year-old heirlooms and porcelain ornately arranged in every crevice of the building. Walking through the foyer, the old walls and wooden floor creak with the settling frost – the welcoming murmurs of the museum’s matron, Alice T. Miner. Its size is daunting; it seems impossible that the 19th century stone building houses 17 rooms. The narrow hallways open to large vaulted … Continue reading Alice, Did You Know?