Join us every week for a puzzle inspired by museums around the world.
This week’s participating museums are The Aerospace Museum of California, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Akron Art Museum, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA), Billings Estate National Historic Site, Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Contemporary Jewish Museum, Dumbarton House, Erie Canal Museum, Genesee Country Village & Museum, Joliet Area Historical Museum (and Old Joliet Prison), Lombard Historical Society, McMaster Museum of Art, Royal Saskatchewan Museum, The Georgia Museum of Art, The Pueblo Grande Museum, The Ringling, The Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum, The Wolfsonian–FIU, and The Woodrow Wilson House.
The Yankton Dakota Sioux activist in House #6 played this musical instrument. The Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum has a hint.
Among the last great ukiyo-e artists of this country, Taiso Yoshitoshi (1839–1892) reigned supreme for his daring prints based on various tales and legends. Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) can offer a hint.
Atlanta artist Kevin Cole makes art inspired by this men’s accessory and the fight for black suffrage. The Georgia Museum of Art has a hint.
This 1950s era jet engine is still the fastest flying jet engine in history and could operate at Mach3+. Learn more at the Aerospace Museum of California.
Once a bone
The first Secretary of the United States Navy. Dumbarton House has a hint.
President Wilson Wrote his speeches on a Hammond _______featuring a curved keyboard and multiple fonts. The Woodrow Wilson House can help.
Often recognized as Canada’s first paleontologist, his formal education was in law. Learn more at the Billings Estate National Historic Site.
Wolfsonian founder Mitchell “Micky” Wolfson, Jr. purchased a c. 1876 sideboard by designer E. W. Godwin from this legendary British guitarist, first name Jimmy. Learn more at The Wolfsonian–FIU
This singer-songwriter, who grew up as a “nice Jewish girl” from North London, rose to international success, however briefly and tragically; she was called “the pre-eminent vocal talent of her generation,” by the BBC. Learn more at the Contemporary Jewish Museum.
Artist Natalka Husar often paints herself as one of her two alter egos. One is a _____ to represent the artist as both prober and healer of wounds. McMaster Museum of Art has a hint.
Dinosaur hunter, in a way
Tracks Across Sheldon Peck Art Work. Learn more at the Lombard Historical Society.
Natural history display
This Rochester, NY native founded a picture-perfect company. Genesee Country Village & Museum is the place to learn more.
Art of Stuffing
Historic site for opening of Blues Brothers. Joliet Area Historical Museum (and Old Joliet Prison) is the place to learn more.
Arthropod of old
Pertaining to a period of time between AD 1–1200 BC. Learn more at the Pueblo Grande Museum.
In a portrait by this Spanish, King Philip IV was originally shown wearing armor, but a change of wardrobe was just one of the many modifications the artist made as he created this powerful image of the king. Learn more at The Ringling.
Who is the human rights defender pictured on the new Canadian $10 bill? Learn more at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
The original Erie Canal, completed in 1825, had 83 of these, built to take the artificial waterway over streams, rivers and other unreliable bodies of water. Explore the Erie Canal Museum for more.
To stand straight and to place hands on hips and elbows pointed outwards. Learn more Agnes Etherington Art Centre.
Largest living member of the deer family; solitary and does not typically befriend squirrels. Royal Saskatchewan Museum can give you a hint.
A type of pie depicted by Oldenburg. Learn more at the Akron Art Museum.
A sack to dip and a muse for Oldenburg. Learn more at the Akron Art Museum.