The selection of images on display provided glimpses of the war front, illustrated participation on the home front, revealed the new roles of women, demonstrated new technologies, showed the breadth of military service, and depicted America’s allies and enemies at that time.
Browse the Museum's unique collection of papier-mâché models, learn how these objects were used to teach anatomy, then play the "Body Parts" game to see if you can correctly identify the parts of a human model.
The First World War marked a turning point with the appearance of artwork intended to capture the moment in a realistic way, by first-hand participants. This exhibition examined this form of artistic expression.
Over the course of a career that spanned six decades and took her from humble beginnings in Havana, Cuba to a world-renowned artist in the United States, Celia Cruz became the undisputed Queen of Latin Music.