Credits

This exhibition would not have been possible without: 

The National Museum of Dentistry, remote internship program

Patrick Cutter, Assistant Director at the National Museum of Dentistry

Johns Hopkins University, Museum Studies with Digital Curation Certificate program (Advanced Academic Program)

Dr. Stephanie Brown, and all of the other amazing Instructors, Coordinators, and Staff with Johns Hopkins University that have helped me along the way

The many archives, research centers, universities, libraries, municipalities, scholars, researchers, museums, historical societies, and all other organizations that responded to my inquiries for information or documentation

Thank you all for the opportunity to develop this exhibition, and for assisting during the process.

 


 

Sarah Sanders, Guest CuratorGuest Curator Sarah Sanders graduated from Wayne State University with a Bachelor of Arts, with a major in Classics, cum laude. She is currently finishing her Master of Arts in Museum Studies with Digital Curation Certificate at Johns Hopkins University, Advanced Academic Program. She developed the Doc Holliday, D.D.S. online exhibition as part of a Curatorial Research Internship at the museum. She is interested in many fields of museum and cultural heritage work, especially historical research, curatorial projects, and collections. When she's not working or doing homework, she is likely playing softball or volleyball.

 


 

All images used in Doc Holliday, D.D.S., unless otherwise stated, are believed to be in the public domain due to their date of creation, no known information about the creator of the work, and no known published works containing use of the image within a time period that would allow for claiming of copyright ownership of the works according to established copyright laws.

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