From wigs to weapons: an eclectic history

Baker, Shanna
July 2008
British Columbia Magazine;Summer2008, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p14
Entertainment Review
The article reviews the exhibition "From Wigs to Weapons: An Eclectic History" at the Royal British Columbia Museum in Victoria until January 11, 2009.


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