Sheldon Museum takes stock in its own future

TAYLOR ROSSINI, COLLECTIONS & development associate with Middlebury’s Sheldon Museum, holds an old-fashioned toddler’s summer suit, an example of some of the wonderful, fragile textiles housed at the Park Street institution. The museum is making a series of capital improvements and is considering new staffing to preserve its collection and further its mission. Independent photo/Steve James

The museum recently won a large federal grant to help continue a long list of infrastructure repairs that are substantially refurbishing its 1 Park St. home.

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