The last two weeks of my internship were quite a whirlwind. As previously mentioned, two of the permanent exhibits were being completely redone over the last few weeks, which meant my final days were filled with lots of heaving lifting. Since my time was winding down, I wrapped up my final research on Andrew Lewis championships and focused on being helpful wherever I could. I moved a lot of items for the Lakeside exhibit, including pulling out and filing away/putting away items in the archives. On my final day I was assigned to work with one of my favorite things: old books. It was only fitting that after researching for the champions gallery all summer, on my last day I began taking out the exhibit it is replacing. So my final assignment was to take the items out of the center display case in the Seven Lives Exhibit and put the items away in the archives. For me it was the perfect note to end on, because half of the case housed antique books, and I got to spend my last day in the archives, which is where I enjoy working the most. Overall I had a wonderful experience at the museum and I have loved every minute of my internship.