Dr. Seuss together with Science, Art and History- 5:15
with Kathleen Simpson to explain why it's so unique
Posted Apr 10, 2017
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There's Art, History, Science and Dr. Seuss. Springfield Museum is 5 world-class museums under one campus is a center for education and a window to art and culture from across the world. Kathleen Simpson, President of the Museums joins Newsmakers.
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