A Century of Change: One Hundred Years of GW in Foggy Bottom
A new exhibit in GW's Media and Public Affairs building relates the intertwined histories of the school and the Foggy Bottom neighborhood.
In honor of the University's year-long celebration of GW's presence in the historic foggy Bottom neighborhood, A Century of Change: One Hundred Years of GW in Foggy Bottom uses materials, documents and artifacts from the Special Collections Research Center and University Archives holdings to give visitors an overview of the long-standing relationship between the University and the historic community in which it is located.
For a complete listing of celebrations, events and associated historical resources, visit http://www.gwu.edu/~fb100/ .
The exhibit, installed on the first floor of the Media and Public Affairs building (805 21st St. NW), will open to the public on February 23.