On two ocassions, I have been asked to loan some of my puzzles to a museum. The first time, the Healdsburg Museum had a display of antique American toys and asked for some puzzles to be part of the exhibit, which ran from September to December 1999 in Healdsburg, California. The curator chose the puzzles, made the poster board and set up the two small display cases. I was pleased to have some of my puzzles on display and would have loved to have loaned them many more.

  The exhibit emcompassed a specific time frame, so all of the puzzles selected were from the late 19th to early 20th centuries.

From October 2003 thru January 2004, the Museum of American Heritage (MOAH) held an exhibit on vintage board games and puzzles. I was one of a few different AGPC members who contributed to the event. The exhibit commitee did a terrific job with a couple of rooms devoted to the display. They chose to focus on the variety of cutting styles or manufacturing techniques of 18th, 19th and early 20th century puzzles. For this reason, the puzzles were not assembled.

 The pictures here include only puzzles from my collection.