AHA presents a virtual site visit with Lyman Museum in Hilo with Eric Page
Zoom with us ON Friday, October 8, 2021
3pm – 4pm
About this event
Join the Association of Hawaiʻi Archivists for a virtual tour with Eric Page, Archivist of the Lyman Museum and Mission House in Hilo. Zoom from wherever you are and discover the collections, resources, and a new exhibit at the Lyman Museum! Space is limited to 50 individuals. We look forward to touring with you. Please email Hawaiiarchivists@gmail.com if you have any questions!
Eric Page serves as Archivist of the Lyman Museum and Mission House in Hilo, Hawaii. Eric provides research assistance, manages the collections, coordinates volunteers and interns, and assists with exhibits. The Archives’ most well-known project is the John Howard Pierce photo ID project. The community regularly shares new information for these 1960s photographs.
Eric holds a B.A in history from the University of Missouri – Kansas City, a Master of Arts in historical administration and museum studies from the University of Kansas – Lawrence, and a Master of Divinity from Unity Institute and Seminary in Missouri. Previously, he worked as an educator, archivist, and administrator with several organizations in Missouri and Kansas including the Kansas Historical Society.