Through a Soldier’s Lens Part 3: Vest Pocket Kodak

Through a Soldier’s Lens: Jack Speed’s WWI Photography is currently on exhibit in the Filson’s Nash gallery. The exhibit is open through July 27, 2018 and showcases the photographs of Jack Speed, a young soldier from Louisville, Kentucky who served in World War I. In this third installment of a four-part series, we take a look at the camera Jack most […]

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Through A Soldier’s Lens, Part 1: Château de Fontainebleau

We’re excited to announce the opening of Through a Soldier’s Lens: Jack Speed’s WWI Photography at the Filson, this Friday, April 6. The exhibit will run from April 6-July 27, 2018 and will showcase the photographs of Jack Speed, a young soldier from Louisville, Kentucky who served in World War I. In this first installment of a four-part series, we […]

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Pop-up case shows a sneak peek of our exhibit, “Connecting the Dots – Exploring Your Family History,” coming in August 2018

Some of you may have seen our new exhibit promotions we call pop-up cases. Recently, our registrar Maureen Lane and I put together a pop-up case to promote our upcoming exhibit on genealogy called Connecting the Dots – Exploring your Family History. Maureen and her volunteer Brooks Vessels found a box of beautiful antique lace during inventory. In the box […]

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