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In presenting that history, the museum always is adding new exhibits. Its latest exhibit, "1917: Catalyst for the Modern Era," will run through July 30, 2018.
"We hope it will show a snapshot of what life was like in 1917, in honor of the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entering World War I, but also to expand it beyond World War I," Podkowa said. "Because a lot of times when a war is going on, historically, that's what people focus on."
Accompanying the exhibit is a catalog that museum staff wrote and edited. The catalog will be available for purchase.
"It's the second time the museum has ever done a catalog," Podkowa said. "It's a 30-page-long document, and it goes over the history of World War I and it talks about the history of women during the time period and women's fashions during the time period and how World War I and the time period changed fashions. We [also] talk about the American Red Cross along with prohibition."