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Analysis: Shelburne Museum Shifts Focus

By Jane Lindholm and Ric Cengeri

Analysis: Shelburne Museum Shifts Focus

The Shelburne Museum has been around for almost 70 years now. Often considered a Vermont treasure, its sprawling campus is home to one of the most important

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