New Library Exhibit Showcases History Of Presidential Campaigns

  • Thursday, June 13, 2024

The Chattanooga Public Library will host Path to the Presidency, a new exhibit showcasing over 100 years of presidential campaign memorabilia.

The exhibit is presented by Robert L. Golden Institute of Art & History and hosted by CPL’s Local History and Genealogy Department.

This special exhibit will be on display through Friday, Aug. 2, and can be viewed Monday through Saturday, during CPL’s normal business hours.

Everyone of every age is invited to explore and experience this critical component of American democracy.

For more information, please visit chattlibrary.org

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