Jason Schubert installs one of the new artifact identification plaques – J.M. Davis Claremore

J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum curator, Jason Schubert installs one of the new artifact identification plaques on a display case at the museum. The new identification system was designed by Schubert and funding was provided by the Friends of the J.M. Davis Museum. “This new system will allow visitors a much faster and easier way to find artifacts in the museum,” stated Schubert. “The identification system is designed for numerical location and by item manufacturer.”

The new system is scheduled to be finished by October 30. The Davis Museum is located in downtown Claremore at 5th and J.M. Davis Blvd.

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