Keeping Artifacts Safe - Behind the Scenes

Come behind the scenes as I improve the way these museum artifacts are stored. If you saw me unbox Box #2, then you know why these guys need some extra love! This video is part of our "What's in the Box" series, so check-out the playlist for "What's in the Box: Box #2" to see behind the scenes on how these artifacts used to be stored. I will also be digging into the history behind some of the artifacts in this video. Those will be added to the playlist as well. For more: Instagram @campbellmuseums Facebook @campbellmuseums Intro and end graphics: Ryan Mealiffe

Unboxing Museum Artifacts - What Treasures are Inside?

What's in the Box? Join me as I open up one of the (worst!) boxes in the collection of the Campbell Museums and see what's inside. Videos are always posted on our youtube channel (Campbell Museums), so please subscribe to make sure you never miss a video! If you like this video, give it a thumbs up! This is part of our "What's in the Box" series, so check-out the playlist for "What's in the Box: Box #2" to see behind the scenes on how to better store these objects. I will also be digging into the history behind some of the artifacts in this video. Those will be added to the playlist as well. For more: Instagram @campbellmuseums Facebook @campbellmuseums Music: Ketsa_-_11_-_Warm_Morning from

USPS - Delivering through Disaster

Imagine COVID-19 without being able to receive mail? Whether it be a pandemic, terrorist attack, or a natural disaster the USPS has always made sure that mail delivery never halts - keeping our nation connected through its darkest moments. That said, sending and receiving mail is something that many of us take for granted. Currently, the USPS is faced with a funding crisis, even as it functions to keep people safe and healthy during COVID-19 by delivering critical items such as stimulus checks and life-saving medicines, and by allowing (most) Americans to take part in their greatest civic duty - voting - through the use of mail-in ballots. Watch this video, which is part of our exhibit "Conn

Campbell High 1970-80

Take a peek into the lives of Campbell's teens through the lens of Campbell Union High School. Images are from the CUHS yearbooks from 1970-80, when the school closed.

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The  Campbell Museums' mission is to interpret and preserve the history of the Campbell area from its early beginnings to today and to relate that history within the context of the Santa Clara Valley region.

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