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Murdoch Mysteries Behind the Scenes

Murdoch Mysteries Behind the Scenes Filming on Location at Ontario Museums CBC recently released this behind the scenes special Making Murdoch: Discovering Ontario featuring the many historical sites that are used as filming locations for the period television show, Murdoch Mysteries.  You can catch a glimpse of Glanmore at the 10:13 mark.  Glanmore National Historic Site was used as a location for filming of the episode “The Curse of Beaton Manor” in season 3 of Murdoch Mysteries. Making Murdoch: Discovering Ontario
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Meet our Museum Intern

Meet our Museum Intern: Danielle McMahon Jones Danielle McMahon-Jones is a Belleville native and has fond memories of visiting Glanmore as a child. She has a Honours Bachelor of Arts, in History and English, from the University of Ottawa and is currently completing her internship requirements for a post-graduate Certificate in Museum Management and Curatorship from Fleming College.     If Danielle looks a little familiar it may because she worked at Glanmore as a summer student a few years ago and has volunteered with the site for the past four years.  Q:  Why did you want to do your internship at Glanmore National Historic Site? A:  I’m extremely passionate about Victorian history.  I
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Summer Job at Glanmore

Summer Job At Glanmore National Historic Site Student Employment Opportunity Are you, or do you know, a university student studying history, anthropology or cultural studies? Applications for a summer position working with the artifact collection at Glanmore National Historic Site are now being accepted for summer 2014 employment.  The successful job applicant must be under the age of 30 and planning to return to school in September. Follow the link for details. Collection Assistant – Summer Student Position
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New Photo Gallery

New Photo Gallery Horatio H. Couldery (1832-1918), Animal Artist Ever wonder about the artist who painted all the wonderful animal paintings on display at Glanmore National Historic Site?   A  new photo gallery  on our website provides information about Horatio Henry Couldery and features images of his work from the Couldery Collection. Horatio H. Couldery was one of England’s preeminent Victorian animal artists. Glanmore has 42 paintings by Couldery.   Glanmore’s holdings have been described as one of the “most extraordinary collections of Victorian dog and animal paintings in the world.”
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