"The 1968 Exhibit"

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"The 1968 Exhibit".
Photograph courtesy of the Chicago History Museum "The 1968 Exhibit".

The title of the latest traveling exhibit to make its way to the Chicago History Museum is fairly self-explanatory. "The 1968 Exhibit" explores a year in which America was at war in Vietnam, Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy were assassinated, Apollo 8 orbited the moon, and a turbulent Democratic National Convention took place in Chicago. The interactive exhibit tackles the year month by month, displaying video, music and artifacts from the era.

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