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Just In Time for Easter: Pasadena Museum is Home to World's Largest Bunny Collection

It started 18 years ago with an endearment and a plush bunny.  Erin Seeherman, of Philadelphia, takes pictures of stuffed bunnies while visiting the Bunny Museum in Pasadena, Calif. March 18, 2010. Guinness World Records dubbed The Bunny Museum the largest in 1999 when there were only 8,437 items in the house.

Today, Steve Lubanski and Candace Frazee live in The Bunny Museum, where they have the world's largest rabbit collection with more than 26,000 items. Guinness World Records dubbed them the largest in 1999 when there were only 8,437 pieces in the house.

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National Archives Bans Photography

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Washington, DC…On January 25, 2010, the National Archives announced in the Federal Register that filming, photographing, and videotaping by the public will be prohibited in all exhibition areas in the National Archives Building, Washington, DC, beginning February 25, 2010. The primary impetus for the new regulation was concern that the Charters of Freedom (the Declaration, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights) and other original documents on display in the National Archives Experience were at risk from exposure to flash photography.

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