Six Kansas sites will host The Way We Worked, a Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibition, in 2012 and 2013. The host sites are: Coronado Quivira Museum, Lyons; Stevens County Library, Hugoton; High Plains Museum, Goodland; National Orphan Train Complex, Concordia; Lumberyard Arts Center, Baldwin City; and Miners Hall Museum, Franklin.
The Way We Worked explores the stories of America’s workers and invites us to consider how the workplace and workforce have changed over time. Through photographs from the National Artchives, audio and video clips, and hands-on components, Kansans will discover how, together, our work makes America.
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