Faces of Tribland: Sharing history's stories



Hastings Museum registrar Jessica Noyd is in the process of
sorting through medicinal products in the museum's collection.

Researching the proper way to dispose of 100-year-old medicinal products; boxing and storing a collection of women's dress gloves; and researching the history of a Snow White child's kitchen set are all part of a day in the life of a museum registrar.

Jessica Noyd, the registrar at the Hastings Museum, said she never gets tired of her job where she discovers new pieces of history and tells their stories every day.

"My job is to speak for the objects that generally don't have any sort of say," Noyd said from her office in the upper level of the museum. "We do our best to be proper stewards and look out for the objects."

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