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The second session of the MTS Learning Lab took place on Saturday, June 8th at our studio located in Andover, Massachusetts. The topic was ..read more
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Museum Textile Services received a special flag recently from our friends at the St. George's School in Middletown, RI. The framed relic, ..read more
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A call last fall from the Nantucket Historical Association brought this spectacular embroidered mantlepiece to Museum Textile Services for ..read more
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The inaugural MTS Learning Lab took place on Saturday, April 6th at our Andover, Massachusetts, textile conservation studio. The topic, ..read more
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MTS has recently finished a project with a lot of emotional weight: the conservation of two garments that were worn in the Netherlands in ..read more
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In honor of our 20th Anniversary, Museum Textile Services is proud to announce the first in a series of educational and outreach programs. ..read more
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​In October 2017, Jim Hamilton, Amherst College alumni and author of The Writing 69th, began researching for his newest book, The Black ..read more
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We close out our series of three MTS Blogs on the subject of Fanny Appleton Longfellow's Spanish-style dress with an exploration of the ..read more
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​In the last MTS Blog, we introduced you to the Spanish-style dress made for "Fanny" Appleton Longfellow (1817–1861 ..read more
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An award this year from the Friends of the Longfellow House-Washington's Headquarters, a National Historic Site, meant that the staff at ..read more

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