Exhibits of Military and Veterans Records
- A People at War
This exhibit highlights the contributions of the thousands of Americans, both military and civilian, who served their country during World War II. Documents from the National Archives and Records Administration's (NARA) National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis form the core of the exhibit.
- Picturing the Century: One Hundred Years of Photography from the National Archives
Commemorates the end of the 20th century with a selection of photographs from the vast and varied holdings of the National Archives.
- Picturing the Century: The Great War and the New Era
- Picturing the Century: A World in Flames
Photos of World War II, from the front lines to the war at home.
- Picturing the Century: Century's End
- Powers of Persuasion - Posters from World War II
Powerful wartime images that helped shape our national memories of the war
Online Photograph Collections
Select photos from the holdings of the Still Picture Branch of the National Archives and Records Administration
- Pictures of the Revolutionary War [rev. 1972]
- Pictures of United States Navy Ships, 1775--1941
- Pictures of the Civil War [rev. 1981]
- Photographs of the American West, 1861--1912 [rev 1974]
- Pictures of Indians in the United States [rev. 1977]
- Pictures of African Americans During World War II (1993)
- Pictures of World War II 
Physical Exhibits at National Archives Facilities
At the National Archives Museum in Washington, DC:
- Explore the records of war in Provide for the Common Defense, an exhibit from the National Archives' Public Vaults. Records from the Revolutionary War through the Persian Gulf War paint a vivid picture of heroism, inspiration, and sacrifice over the decades.
- Other Exhibits, & Events at the National Archives Experience
- All National Archives Events & Programs
At the new Archival Research Room of the National Personnel Records Center in Saint Louis, MO:
- A limited collection of select military records of notable Americans (Persons of Exceptional Prominence).
Traveling Exhibits of National Archives Holdings
To promote access to these records, the National Archives makes its holdings available to the public through its traveling exhibition program so citizens across the country can see these records first hand.
Presidential Libraries can be found across the country, from Massachusetts to California. At Presidential Libraries you will find:
- museums featuring interactive exhibits
- interesting and fun public programs
- important educational events
- vast archives available for scholarly research
Other Exhibits and Museums of Interest to Veterans