Las Vegas museum selects Maggie Bukowski as curator of manuscripts

LAS VEGAS —The Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas, has chosen Maggie Bukowski as its new curator of manuscripts, photos and library. Bukowski joins the museum team from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, University Libraries. In her new position, she will preserve and make available to the public Nevada historical documents.

“We are pleased to have Maggie on the museum team,” Hollis J. Gillespie, Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas director, said. “With her background in American history as well as library sciences, she brings integral skills and knowledge to the group.”

Bukowksi holds a Master of Arts degree in American history and a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from UNLV. She has experience in library and archival activities through her work at the UNLV University Libraries and the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, Calif.

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The Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas, inspires and educates a diverse public about the history and natural history of Nevada. The museum collects, preserves, exhibits, and disseminates material that contributes to an understanding and appreciation of the state. It is one of seven state museums that make up the Nevada Division of Museums and History.