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  About the Library
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  • RWWL Vision, Mission and Values
  About Archives Research Center
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  About the Morehouse King Collection
  • RWWL as Custodian
  • Collection Overview
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  Accessing the Collection
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  • Access Policy and Procedure
  • Exhibition Loan Policy
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  The Path to Scholarly Access
  • Transitioning from Sotheby's
  • Inventory and Control
  • The Atlanta History Center Exhibit
  • Arrangement and Description
  The MLK Jr. Archival Collaborative
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  The Atlanta History Center Exhibit
   
  Collaboration with the collegial community of librarians and archivists in the Greater Metropolitan Atlanta area was key to successful planning and the installation of the first public museum-quality exhibition of the Morehouse King Collection.

The exhibition, “I Have A Dream”: The Morehouse College Martin Luther King Jr. Collection,” was displayed January 15 through May 13, 2007 at the Atlanta History Center (AHC). The exhibit was mounted in four months—an effort that would normally require two years for planning and preparation.

During the five-month run of the exhibit, more than 72,000 visitors viewed the installation, the largest attendance for any AHC exhibit displayed over a comparable time period.







  PDF Open a description of the Atlanta History Center, "I Have a Dream" exhibit
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