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Following the current guidelines recommended by physicians, virology experts, and federal health officials, the Florida Historical Society is keeping closed to the public through July 31st the Library of Florida History, the Brevard Museum of History and Natural Science, and the Rossetter House Museum and Gardens.
While the Florida Historical Society facilities are currently closed to the public due to the ongoing health crisis, our offices continue to function. Our radio and television programs continue to be produced, FHS Press books and the Florida Historical Quarterly are being published and distributed, and we maintain an active online and social media presence.
With these temporary closings and loss of income we are depending more than ever upon YOUR Membership support! We value your Membership and appreciate your ongoing support. Thanks!
Dr. Ben Brotemarkle
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