Filene, Benjamin; Horrigan, Brian
June 2011
Journal of American History;Jun2011, Vol. 98 Issue 1, p128
Academic Journal
An introduction to a section of the issue on exhibition reviews is presented which discusses reviews of exhibitions at the International Spy Museum, the Indiana Historical Society (IHS), and the U.S. National Museum of American Jewish History.


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