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There is a new exhibit at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum and we invite you to come visit us! Ever since Zachary Taylor and the Whig Party won the White House more than 150 years ago, AP reporters and photographers have been the dominant source of presidential news for media across the U.S. […]
Our latest rotating exhibit, “Patriot Expressions: Ulysses Davis’ Presidents from The Beach Institute and Works from the Carter Library” is still on display at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum and will be through Sunday, April 21, 2013. Viewing the exhibit is free with paid admission to the Museum Ulysses Davis was a barber […]
For those of you in and near the Atlanta area, if you have not yet had a chance to see “Industrial Scars, the Photography of J Henry Fair,” the exhibit will continue to be on display at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum until December 11th. We are very excited to be able to […]
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