Long May She Wave at the Frazier History Museum Starting February 22nd
The Frazier History Museum at 829 West Main Street in Louisville invites history lovers to enjoy their newest exhibition about the American flag, “Long May She Wave”. This red, white and blue exhibit will be open during normal museum hours starting on Saturday, February 22nd at 9:00 a.m. As a special promotion, admission is priced at only $5 per person throughout the entire month of February for non-members. Museum affiliate, senior and military discounts still apply.
The “Long May She Wave” exhibition will be available until July 6th, 2014 and touches on the unique graphic renderings and unusual artistic interpretations of the American flag, beginning with the original design agreed upon by the Continental Congress in 1777. Though the original look of the flag was comprised of red, white and blue stars and stripes, an entire century went by without any stipulation in design regulations. The end result is part of what patrons will see on display, an abundance of original, unbridled creations representing the United States national banner as seen by the creating artist. There are thousands of flag related items on display including artifacts from private collections, Civil War flags, Native American Moccasins and campaign buttons.
American flag enthusiasts will not want to miss the “Long May She Wave” history of the American Flag exhibition on display at the Frazier History Museum. The red, white and blue will be waving for only $5 per person throughout February starting this Saturday and the exhibit will be available until July 6th. Take the time to visit this interesting and historically significant exhibition!
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