Sustaining Places

Resources for small museums and historic sites

Archaeology SPencer

Is SPencer a traditional archaeologist–trowel and compass in hand? Or is he more like Indy–ready for any adventure? Vote below for a chance to win your very own SPencer button!

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Archaeology SPencer #1

Archaeology SPencer #2

6 comments on “Archaeology SPencer

  1. Anonymous
    January 12, 2013

    For Honey: We are putting up resources on Integrated Pest Management, a low-pesticide approach to dealing with collections. First, however, let me recommend that you buy a LARGE box of insect glue traps and begin trapping them. Many of the pesticides are so poisonous that you do not want them indoors and around people — plus they don’t always work. If you would like me to recommend a source for glue traps, let me know — you can order them through the mail, which is cheaper than buying them from many home supply stores.

  2. Honey
    January 12, 2013

    What is the best chemical to use to perverse and protect original artifacts. We find bugs getting to them and literally eating them up.Indian Feathers, Horse Hair and many other items.

  3. Mark
    January 12, 2013

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  4. Anonymous
    November 29, 2012

    SPencer #1! Archaeologists have to fight the myth of treasure-hunting Indiana Jones enough as it is without promoting it ourselves. Besides, a compass means you are ready for any adventure more than a whip!

  5. Anonymous
    November 29, 2012

    I like the idea of Spencer 2 but I like the visual of Spencer 1.

  6. Anonymous
    November 29, 2012

    My vote is for SPencer #1!

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