TOYs of the '50s, '60s and '70s exhibit opens!
The Rokeby Museum (underground railroad) is now open!
The new exhibit, “Free and Safe,” at Rokeby Museum in Ferrisburgh tells the story of escaped slaves who reached sanctuary in Vermont in the years before the Civil War.
The Richard Nixon Centennial is also celebrated as a website at: http://www.nixon100.org“I was born in a house my father built…”
and from that modest house in Yorba Linda, California grew the child who would become one of the most consequential men of his time: Richard Nixon.
Over the course of his remarkably full life, Richard Nixon would know some of the greatest successes any man, in any age, has known. He would also experience more than any one man’s share of deep disappointments.
A century after he was born, you are invited to explore the extraordinary life and legacy of the patriot, president, and peacemaker
who was born in that humble house his father built: the 37th President of the United States, Richard Nixon.
tours the Richard Nixon Centennial exhibit with curators and hosts Bob Bostock
and Frank Gannon
Program: Real Orange
Episode: Nixon Centennial Exhibit
It's been nearly four decades since President Richard Nixon left the White House. Now a new exhibit is open at the Nixon Presidential Library marking the centennial of his birth. David Nazar took a tour.
The national launch of Mister Rogers Neighborhood, the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. and the peak of the Vietnam War. The year is 1968 – The Year That Rocked America.
Recently opened at the Heinz History Center in Pittsburgh, PA.
See the tour on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=w2Pcwq6m-9s
Photo: The Orange County Register
"I thought I'd seen all the photographs, but I'm seeing new things,"
Julie Nixon Eisenhower said. Nixon Eisenhower and her sister, Patricia Nixon Cox, came from the East Coast to be among the first members of the public on Friday to see the Library's new Pat Nixon Centennial Exhibit.