Details for GEORGE BUSH LIBRARY FOUNDATION

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NEW ExHibiTs

OPENS July 15

Using symbols, imagery, and humor, cartoonists have played a special role in helping
average Americans make sense of tumultuous and complex events we experience in
our increasingly connected world. Featuring original artworks and artifacts, including
collections from the Library of Congress, Wit and Humor will show how cartoons have
changed since the early days of the Republic. This exhibit will highlight important cartoons
from artists regarded as giants in their field, like Thomas Nast and Patrick Oliphant.

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LOUDER THAN WORDS:

FROm THE

Rock & Roll
Hall of Fame
Museum

ROCK, POWER &
POLITICS

This one-of-a-kind exhibit explores the power
of rock to change attitudes about patriotism,
peace, equality and freedom.

OPENS March 2, 2020 to January 3, 2021

1000 George Bush Drive West College Station, TX 77845
979.691.4000 • www.bush41.org

@Bush41Library

PO BOX 14141, COLLEGE STATION, TX 778414141

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