The Elizabeth Rozier Gallery features rotating exhibits inside the Union Hotel, located at 101 Jefferson Street. For further information, please call 573-751-2854.
- March 1* through Labor Day - 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday
- Tuesday after Labor Day weekend through February - Closed
*In 2013, the gallery will open Feb. 20.
2013 Exhibit Schedule
Feb. 20 – April 5
Lincoln: the Constitution and the Civil War
Abraham Lincoln was elected the 16th president of the United States in 1860. By the time he took the oath of office, seven states had already seceded from the Union. This exhibition vividly evokes Lincoln’s struggle to resolve the basic questions that divided Americans at the most perilous moment in the nation’s history.
President Abraham Lincoln, Washington D.C., November 8, 1863
Lincoln: the Constitution and the Civil War, a traveling exhibition for libraries, was organized by the National Constitution Center and the American Library Association Public Programs Office. The traveling exhibition has been made possible by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Lincoln: the Constitution and the Civil War is based on an exhibition of the same name developed by the National Constitution Center.
April 26 – June 22
Civilian Conservation Corps
The Civilian Conservation Corps marks its 80th anniversary in 2013. Begun in 1933 as a relief program during the Great Depression, the CCC provided jobs for thousands of unemployed young men. Learn more about this New Deal program and see historic photographs of CCC workers and buildings in Missouri.
July 5 – Aug. 31
Noppadol Paothong Photographs
Noppadol Paothong is a nature/conservation photographer who has documented rare and endangered species. For over a decade, he has worked primarily with grassland grouse and their fr
agile habitat. Paothong’s images have appeared in Missouri Conservationist, and many other Missouri Department of Conservation publications.
The Elizabeth Rozier Gallery is located at 101 Jefferson St., Jefferson City, Mo. For more information, contact the Missouri State Museum at 573-751-2854.