Previous Traveling Exhibits Itineraries
Drawing on rarely displayed documents, audio recordings, and film footage culled
from the extensive holdings of the National Archives and its Presidential libraries,
"Eyewitness" features first-person accounts of watershed moments in
|October–December 2008||Durham Western Heritage Museum, Omaha, NE|
The Way We Worked:
Photographs from the National Archives
Work and the workplace went through enormous changes between the mid 19th century, when 60 percent of Americans made their living as farmers, and the late 20th century, with its shift from an industrial to a knowledge-based economy. "The Way We Worked" reveals the effects of industrialization, urbanization, immigration, labor unrest, wars, and economic depression on ordinary working Americans, whether they toiled in a coal mine, on a tractor, at a typewriter, or on an assembly line.
|June 9–August 19, 2007||Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, MO|
|September 8–December 18, 2007||Central Florida Community College, Ocala, FL|
Picturing the Century:
One Hundred Years of Photography from the National Archives
The National Archives surveyed the millions of photographs in its holdings to create an exhibit exploring the role of photography in our national life over the last century.
|May 19–July 15, 2007||Sunrise Civic Center, Sunrise, FL|