Hopkins and the Great War Exhibit Now Open

"Hopkins and the Great War"  is a multi-site and multi-campus event exploring World War I's effect on the early-twentieth-century Johns Hopkins community: the Homewood campus; the School of Nursing; the Johns Hopkins Hospital; and the schools of Medicine and Public Health. It is sponsored by Hopkins Retrospective, an initiative to expand our understanding of the history of Johns Hopkins University. Coordinators of the event are the Sheridan Libraries, the Alan Mason Chesney Medical Archives, and the Institute of the History of Medicine. Three exhibitions are on display at the Milton S. Eisenhower Library at Homewood, the School of Nursing, and the Welch Library Building on the East Baltimore campus. The Welch Library Building exhibition will be open to the public until January 31, 2017, Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. on most days (will be closed occasionally for special events).   Further information and an online exhibition is available at: http://retrospective.jhu.edu/our-initiatives/hopkins-and-the-great-war.

 

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