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Early Life Frishmuth was born in 1880 in Philadelphia to a family of physicians. It is thought that this early […]


“Here we go round the mulberry bush” is a popular nursery rhyme familiar to many. But how well do you […]


From the blooms that provide nectar to butterflies, to the seeds that are eaten by goldfinches, to the leaves and […]


When I applied for the exhibitions and curation internship, I was drawn to the description that the intern would be […]


April: Saint John’s Wort (Hypericum sp.) “St John’s wort doth charm all the witches away. If gathered at midnight on the […]


What is the McClung Student Advisory Board?  General Definition Student advisory boards act as liaisons between students and academic museums […]


Corn, beans, and squash, the “Three Sisters” are typically the most common crops that come to mind when referencing indigenous […]


Late Nineteenth-Century Knoxville, Tennessee by Garrett Wamack – Graduate Research Assistant at the McClung Museum The pictured bottle originates from […]


  A few years ago, the McClung was able to acquire the print And Now Where by American artist Rockwell Kent. […]


In honor of Black History Month, February’s plant of the month is an important African Diaspora food: Okra! Characteristics: Okra […]