Speaker: Sandra Webbere, NC Museum of History
When World War II ended, men came home to create a new American dream—a family with two kids, a dog, a car, and a home of their own. But television became the primary driver, and by 1964, 76 million boomers had been born into a new TV-influenced world. Before or after her talk, make time to tour The Boomer List on your own.
The Boomer List: Photographs by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders was developed by the Newseum—an interactive museum of news located in Washington, DC, and online at newseum.org—in collaboration with AARP, the exclusive sponsor of The Boomer List exhibit; this local presentation of The Boomer List was made possible by MOHA, the Museum of History Associates, and the Museum of History Foundation.
Purchase a boxed lunch—or just bring your own. Beverages provided.
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