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  • Museum at Prairiefire featured in the Kansas City Star

    2016/3/2

    Read article “Eighty-five million years ago, while dinosaurs roamed the earth, Kansas was a shallow ocean, swarming with fanged sea monsters. Today, those toothy creatures can still be found in Overland Park. Well, in a museum, at least…” Excerpt: “For drivers zooming down 135th Street, the sharp-angled museum is a…


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    Interview with Ben Williams of the National Infantry Foundation

    2016/2/20

    Read article “Ben Williams retired last month as the president and chief operating officer of the National Infantry Foundation. The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center is part of his legacy. Recently, the Mississippi native sat down with Ledger-Enquirer reporter Chuck Williams to talk about the museum and his role…” Excerpt: “We…


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    Prairiefire featured in Urban Land Magazine

    2015/9/8

    Read article “In the early 1900s, the Kansas-born paleontologist Barnum Brown discovered the first Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton while in Montana…” Excerpt: “Boston-based Verner Johnson was executive and design architect for the Museum at Prairiefire. The 41,000-square-foot (3,800 sq m) facility has an exhibition gallery for touring exhibits, a children’s Discovery Room,…


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