There is a new exhibit at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum and we invite you to come visit us!
Ever since Zachary Taylor and the Whig Party won the White House more than 150 years ago, AP reporters and photographers have been the dominant source of presidential news for media across the U.S. and around the world. For a limited time, the Carter Presidential Museum is displaying 70 photographs of American Presidents from the archives of The Associated Press. Among the photos are Pulitzer Prize winning images, as well as fascinating candid shots of Presidents at work and play. “The American President: Photographs from the Archives of The Associated Press” will be available for viewing from Saturday, May 11, 2013 through Sunday, July 21, 2013. Take a look at a sampling of images on our Facebook page.
This exhibit is free with paid admission to the museum. Directions and admission information are available on our website. (Admission may be purchased on-site or online.) For the most up-to-date details regarding events at the Carter Library & Museum, please visit us online.