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The Costumer's Manifesto: 2002 UK Trek with the meeting of Manifesto Fans

I (Tara Maginnis) and my shop head-sidekick Lorraine Pettit have just returned from our trip to The UK and other locations (San Francisco and Las Vegas). During our trip we met up with a bunch of folks who have heard of us through the Manifesto and did assorted activities with them. Here we will share our trip photos and some of what we learned and saw.

The Fan Museum in Greenwich

See also the official site:

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Londglobefan2002-06-08Fanmuseum3.jpg Both of us in front of the museum, rather dead after our morning at the Globe and journey to Greenwich.

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Telescoping fans:

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Londglobefan2002-06-08Fanmuseum014.jpg Fan showing "The Arrival of Marie Leszcynska at Fontainebleau" c. 1725

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Londglobefan2002-06-08Fanmuseum016.jpg Fan showing costumes worn at a Victorian costume ball on a Medieval Theme.

This is of course the tip of the iceberg. For more pictures see the official site

One thing you won't see at their site, but must view in person is

Londglobefan2002-06-08Fanmuseum017.jpg the amazing bathroom at the museum that won the "Loo of the Year Award" for 2002. It has a hand painted design of Chinese blue and white china and fans, educational reading material on the inside doors of the stalls, and more. This photo shows one tiny corner. Back to

2002 UK Trip Page

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Fan Museum: The World's greatest collection of antique and modern fans

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