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The Milford Museum opened its exhibit celebrating Milford Memorial Hospital’s legacy last month, displaying a variety of tools used throughout the years and imagery reflecting those who helped keep the dream alive. (Delaware State News/Jennifer Antonik)


New executive director of the Delaware Agricultural Museum and Village in Dover stands in front of the newest exhibit “Grandma’s Wash Day.” (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)


The new Amish-built building will include added exhibit and storage space and an 80-inch screen for multi-media display. (Delaware State News photo by Marc Clery)


Judy Martin, showing off historical documents inside the Bowers Beach Maritime Museum, hopes people will use the new space to share history of the town. “There’s a really great history here,” she said. (Delaware State News photo by Marc Clery)


Judy Martin, executive director of the Bowers Beach Maritime Museum, hopes a new two-story outbuilding on the museum grounds will be ready by Memorial Day’s Bowers Beach Buccaneer Bash. (Delaware State News photo by Marc Clery)


Detail work on this quilt illustrates African women chattering about the latest news. The“Black Women, Telling HerStory” exhibit and sale is at the Delaware Agricultural Museum and Village through April 19. (Special to the Delaware State News photos by Dee Marvin Emeigh)

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“50 Years, 50 Works, 50 Reasons” will be on display until Sept. 11. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

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The exhibit at the Biggs Museum and Dover Public Library opens Friday at 6:30 p.m. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery(

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A variety of Sendak-related items will be on display throughout the exhibition. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery)

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Artwork and displays fill the Biggs Museum of American Art in Dover for the Maurice Sendak exhibition running for the next five weeks at the museum and the Dover Public Library.