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Senator Risch and Family Visit the Legation

Sunday mornings at the Legation are usually very quiet, much like the sleepy streets of Tangier. This Sunday, however, we were honored by a special visit from Idaho Senator James E. Risch and his family. Ambassador Dwight Bush came from … Continue reading

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Circles: Meet the New Director

Full circle, after arriving in Morocco 31 years ago during Ramadan, John Davison returns to take charge at the Tangier American Legation.
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Calling All QR Readers

Help bring our museum closer to the 21st century: test our QR app, and let us know what you find!
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Quasi-Monopoly On the Legation Brand

We’re happy to learn that there is another legation museum out there – the French Legation Museum in Austin, from the 1836-46 Republic of Texas.
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The Ed Wood School of Museology

When your museum is funded on a shoestring, your approach to curating exhibits has to be, shall we say, eclectic?
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The Everlasting Appeal of James McBey’s Zohra

James McBey’s portrait of Zohra has been called “The Moroccan Mona Lisa.”
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