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At Home with the Roosevelts Ep. 24 – Curator Conversations: Remaking the FDR and Truman Museums

At Home with the Roosevelts Ep. 24 – Curator Conversations: Remaking the FDR and Truman Museums


September 23, 2020   |   Communications Strategy, Identity, Video Production

FDR Library Supervisory Curator Herman Eberhardt begins a new “conversations” series with other presidential library curators. This week he talks with Clay Bauske, Supervisory Curator at the Harry S. Truman Library, about the process of remaking a museum’s permanent exhibits. Directed and produced by Drake Creative. Picked up for broadcast by CSPAN American History TV.

At Home with the Roosevelts Episode 4 – Museum Collections: FDR’s Oval Office Desk

At Home with the Roosevelts Episode 4 – Museum Collections: FDR’s Oval Office Desk

FDR Presidential Library and Museum Supervisory Museum Curator Herman Eberhardt looks at FDR’s Oval Office Desk – one of the most popular and important artifacts in our collection – where President Roosevelt signed 12 years of landmark legislation, met with world leaders, and even held press conferences. Directed and produced by Drake Creative.