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For seven seasons, Mad Men has taken us into the boozy, chaotic world of 1960s advertising. Now the Museum of the Moving Image gives us a glimpse into how that universe was created with the NYC exhibit “Matthew Weiner’s Mad Men,” offering unprecedented access to sets, costumes and props from the Emmy-winning show—before some of them land in the Smithsonian’s permanent collection. Here are some of the never-before-seen galleries to check out before saying goodbye to Don and the gang forever. And if you just can’t get enough, check out this week’s cover story with Elisabeth Moss, who plays the incomparable Peggy Olson on the show and is currently starring on Broadway in The Heidi Chronicles.