Marking the 75th anniversary of Harry Truman’s presidency and the much-anticipated grand opening of the redesign of the Truman Library and Museum, Harry Truman will soon be joining several of his fellow presidents in the U.S. Capitol.
Online Linda Hall Library Exhibit Features Topical New Acquisitions
Lynn M. Osen’s “The Feminine Math-tique,” written in 1971, challenged yet another myth — the feminine math-tique — which encourages the notion that to enjoy mathematics is at variance with one’s womanhood.
2019/2020 marks the 50th anniversary of both the peak of American involvement in the Vietnam War and its turning point. A traveling exhibit at the National World War I Museum and Memorial makes recognition of both unescapable, although its scope is considerably broader.
After a year closed to the public, the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum in Abilene, Kansas,
has reopened with a new exhibit. The first major exhibit redesign since the 1970s offers what museum officials describe as a “new lens” through which to meet Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower, appropriately titled: “Ike and Mamie tell their story.”
Harry S. Truman Library and Museum Embarks on a Major Renovation and Expansion
In 2020, the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum will celebrate the 75th anniversary of Truman’s ascent to the presidency of the United States with the completion of the institution’s largest renovation and expansion since it opened more than 60 years ago. Having closed this past July, the museum is expected to reopen in a year.