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Collection Tier:
Tier 2

Medical
Medical ➔ Pharmaceutical, 'Isinglass Plaster, Flesh Silk'

Identifier:
142100.1471
Date:
circa 1900
Current Location Status:
On Exhibit
Source:
Gift Of Frances Rudell Moyer, Marjorie Rudell Goetz, Mildred Rudell Palmer, William R. Rudell
Rights:

Exhibits/Programs
Streets of Old Grand Rapids (after 1994)

Grand Fish, Grand River (January 2016)
Grand River, Grand Fish explores how the Great Lakes region’s largest and oldest fish, the Lake Sturgeon, once found in great abundance, is now a threatened species in our watersheds. The exhibit takes visitors through the connections to Native Americans, fishing history in the region and current science. Using artifacts from the GRPM Collections, along with the two live sturgeon, it will tie together the cultural, historical and scientific connections and explore rehabilitation efforts for this species in the Grand River and throughout the Great Lakes region.
Makers/Donors
Johnson And Johnson Company

Marjorie Rudell Goetz