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Myth and Memory

The Library of Virginia is pleased to announce the opening of its major new exhibition, “Myth and Memory: Understanding 400 Years of Virginia History.” The exhibition explores how groups of Virginians have employed anniversaries and commemorative events to reinterpret their history. Anchored by the 1907 and 1957 Jamestown expositions, the exhibition will examine other commemorative events, including the centennial and bicentennial of Yorktown, Emancipation celebrations, Confederate reunions, and local centennial events. “Myth & Memory” will suggest what history is and explain how public memory reflects historical knowledge and life experiences.

The Library of Virginia is at 800 East Broad Street in downtown Richmond, Virginia, where the exhibition is on public display for no charge from 9:00 to 5:00, Monday through Saturday, state and federal holidays excepted, from 8 January through 15 December 2007. For more information about the programs and services of the Library of Virginia, please call 804-692-3592 or visit the Library of Virgnia’s Web site at http://www.lva.lib.va.us.

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