This unique planning guide describes the different types of corporate museum-like facilities located in the United States and around the world. It provides essential information for anyone planning, starting up, or operating a museum, gallery, or visitor center. This how-to reference on the planning and administration of corporate museums or centers is written by Victor Danilov as a companion volume to his qCorporate Museums, Galleries, and Visitor Centers: A Directory, q published by Greenwood Press in August 1991. This practical guide analyzes the various types of corporate museum-like facilities and describes their development; points to key factors to consider in planning and establishing museums, galleries, and visitor centers; and discusses their operation and reasons for their success or failure. This unusual reference is nicely illustrated and offers both a bibliography and an index.Center exhibits to the Jasper County Museum in Newton; Pratt, Read aamp; Company in Ivory ton, Connecticut, divided the contents of its ... Home Insurance Companya#39;s Firefighting Museum in New York City, which became the New York City Fire Museum, housed in a 1904 ... sold when Christian Brothers acquired the company; and RCA Exhibition Hall in New York City, closed when the company opened aanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Planning Guide for Corporate Museums, Galleries, and Visitor Centers|
|Author||:||Victor J. Danilov|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1992|