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Traveling exhibit brings music of California to life at San Joaquin County Historical Museum

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Posted: Friday, May 23, 2014 9:13 am

Music, art and history lovers will delight in the vibrant artwork and musical context of the San Joaquin County Historical Museum’s current exhibit, “Singing the Golden State.”

The museum, at Micke Grove Park, is featuring an in-depth look at California’s musical history with a collection of sheet music cover art published from 1849 to the 1930s. The collection is a mix of original artwork and reproductions, plus it’s set to music. The display comes from two different archives: the Frederick Sherman Collection of The Society of California Pioneers and the private collection of James M. Keller.

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