“Our buildings and very earth trembled” has completed its run. In all, 338 visitors viewed the exhibit over the last eight days. To all who attended, thank you for your support, your enthusiasm, and your interest.
Many people have asked us whether the gallery talks will be made available and whether we’ll be producing some kind of exhibit catalog. We’ll be putting together a video with pictures from the exhibit and excerpts from the “voices” which will be made available for free viewing online. We will also produce a list of all the items we exhibited and make that available for free download. When they are available we’ll post URLs on Facebook and on our blog. Thank you again for your support of “Our buildings and very earth trembled”.
Now that the exhibit has closed, we will go back to our normal routine: reading room hours from 8 AM to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday and public exhibit hours on Wednesdays from 1 to 4 PM. All of our Civil War annals have been transcribed, so if you wish to learn more about the Daughters’ role in the Civil War you are welcome to come and do research in our reading room. For more information about coming to the Provincial Archives to do research see the “For Researchers” page on this blog.