What's Cooking? Julia Child's Kitchen at the Smithsonian
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Exploring Julia Child's Kitchen
Talking with Julia
Packing the Kitchen
Curating the Collection
Creating an Exhibit
Complete Diary Entries

Museum staff and volunteers unpacked the boxes and crates containing the contents of Julia Child's kitchen. They examined, measured, described, photographed, and cataloged about 1200 separate objects, all in view of the public in the Museum's West End Gallery.

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February-May 2002

sink waiting in gallery

"Yes, we have everything AND the kitchen sink!"

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