PLEASE BEGIN by viewing an example published on the Museum's website at:
NEXT, answer the questions that follow. Provide details about the location, time, characters, uses, events or interactions related to the object in the photograph.
WHEN YOU HAVE ANSWERED THE QUESTIONS you may optionally combine them into a single story narrative, and saving them as a single Word file. Next, upload your finished copy from your computer into the Browse link that follows the questions.
AVOID negative cultural stereotypes or politically sensitive topics. Please apply journalistic standards, seasoned by your own common sense.
FORMAT of your story should be between 300 and 600 words. If you upload text, use Word and Verdana font, size 12.
REVISION OF YOUR STORY may be necessary in order to amplify or clarify your narrative. Professional editors may return your draft with revisions for you to approve or to further edit. We will not publish any story until the author and the Museum mutually agree on the final content.
PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED stories should be uploaded with copyright clearances included.