Tomorrow at 11: Records of “What’s Cooking, Uncle...
usnatarchivesexhibits: Alice Kamps discusses the records used in “What’s Cooking, Uncle Sam?” This exhibit, currently in the National Archives Building, closes January 3, 2012. Tuesday, December 13, at 11 a.m.National Archives (Washington D.C.) Room G-24, Research Center (Penn. Ave. Entrance)
President Eisenhower and Pearl Harbor
A special exhibit featuring documents and artifacts from the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum holdings will be on display through December 2011 in the Library and Museum building lobbies to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Pearl Harbor. Artifacts in the exhibit include Pearl Harbor posters, buttons, sheet music and commemorative stamps, as well as Japanese military items.
Declaration of Arbroath
Fiona Hyslop, the Cabinet Secretary for Culture and External Affairs for Scotland, presented a limited edition print of the Declaration of Arbroath to the National Archives in Washington, DC, on December 2. The Declaration of Arbroath is Scotland’s most treasured document.
Want to buy great gifts that support local artisans and the programs of the National Archives? Come shop at our first-ever American Artisans Fair! The fair was inspired by the New Deal projects that put artists to work during the Great Depression. The National Archives Shop will be featuring the work of local American artisans in a holiday fair December 1 to 6, offering original jewelry,...