An exhibit in the Wallace Center of one of the University's most important special collections. These papers illustrate the public lives of our presidents through official documents and letters that chronicle specific moments in our country's military, domestic and foreign policy history. Personal correspondence gives us a view of the private side of our presidents, who saw the United States of America through peace, war, prosperity and depression. While many were written while the authors held the highest office in the land, others reflect the political paths taken to the White House, or the interest of these men after their presidencies.
Rebecca Simmons, RIT Archivist
This exhibit is ongoing throughout the weekend.