Lady Elaine becomes a curator

Mister Rogers explains what an antique is. He has brought a feather duster with him. He turns on a vacuum cleaner to show how it is used and how much noise it makes. Miss Emilie Jacobson visits. She has written a poem about finding a new curator for the Museum-Go-Round. She wants to go to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to help find one. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine Fairchilde wants to help at the museum. Mrs. Frogg is reluctant to give her a job to do. Lady Elaine persists and proves to be very helpful. King Friday insists that a curator must be found before the Froggs can move. Lady Elaine volunteers to be the curator. Because she knows everything that is in the museum, Mrs. Frogg recommends her for the position. The king agrees that Lady Elaine should have the job. The Froggs are given permission to move.