Academic journal article The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association, Inc.

EAIA Members to Tour "300 Years of Fine Tools" Exhibit in Kansas City at Annual Meeting

Academic journal article The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association, Inc.

EAIA Members to Tour "300 Years of Fine Tools" Exhibit in Kansas City at Annual Meeting

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The EAIA meeting in May coincides with two remarkable exhibits in Kansas City, the meeting's host city. Tours of both exhibits will be available to everyone attending the meeting. Singular Beauty, the Golden Age of the Simple Microscope featuring 127 instruments from the collection of EAIA member Raymond V Giordano will be on display at the Linda Hall Library. The focus of Singufor Beauty is the portable single-lens microscope. A fuller description of the exhibit and the Linda Hall Library appeared in the November/December issue of Shavings. (Visit www.EAIAinfo.org to download that issue of Shavings.)

Laborer, Craftsman, Artist: 300 Tears of Fine Took will open in early May at the Toy and Miniature Museum of Kansas City. The exhibit at the Toy and Miniature Museum will explore three hundred years of precision tools used to create miniatures. Drawing from three notable collections, the exhibit will feature elaborate presentation pieces, handmade specialty implements and early power tools. …

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