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The Rowland Scherman Photographic Archives Museum
An interactive, multi-media exhibit of 1960’s historical and cultural photography by Grammy Award winning photojournalist Rowland Scherman. His career began as the first photographer for the newly established Peace Corps in 1961. An evocative exhibit with a theme of Civil Rights activists, The March on Washington, politicians, celebrities and musicians of the ‘60s. This informative exhibit is especially relevant in this time of turbulence and unrest in our country.
A suggested 6 dollar donation will help us to continue archiving over forty years of Mr. Scherman’s work, and to produce traveling educational exhibits.
Located next to the Double Dragon restaurant (at the new rotary) junction of Rt 28 and 6A, Orleans.