The winter months are an important time for the division of cultural resources to get caught up on collections care and spend time cataloging manuscripts and artifacts. We were fortunate enough to have visiting Flat Rangers Borland and Castillo help us out this month.
After that, the Rangers headed upstairs to the galleries. The guys grabbed a couple gallons of distilled water to refill the humidifiers. The galleries get quite dry during the winter season and it's critical that we keep the relative humidity at an appropriate level, for artifact safety.
Flat Ranger Borland spent some time in the Ford Mansion, arranging and interpreing the conference room.
Flat Ranger Castillo researched this history of the Washington Association of New Jersey (WANJ) founding members. WANJ is Morristown's legistlated partner, and he found that William Lidgerwood quite resembles our own Jon Jarvis.
Flat Ranger Borland consulted with volunteer Jennifer Hugman about the Cross Estates' National Register nomination.
Before they headed to their next park, Flat Rangers Castillo and Borland got their park passports stamped.
Good luck Flat Rangers! Thanks for all of your hard work!