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Exhibition Details

Exhibition Name:

Spies, Traitors, Saboteurs: Fear and Freedom in America

Description: From the Revolutionary War to the War on Terrorism, Spies, Traitors, Saboteurs provides unprecedented perspective into terror on American soil. The exhibition uncovers the forgotten stories of domestic terrorists and foreign agents, militant radicals and saboteurs, who have threatened America's sense of security over the past 200 years. The exhibit was created by the International Spy Museum.

Travel Back through time to discover dramatic stories including:
• City of Washington Captured and White House Torched 1814
• Manhattan Hit by Massive Explosions in New York Harbor 1916
• American Leaders Targeted by Anarchist Mail Bombers 1919
• Bomb Rips Senate Wing of Capitol 1971

The stories are told in themed environments that evoke the spirit of the times and include artifacts, replicas, historic photographs and film footage, interactive displays, and video.

The exhibit includes:
• Over 145 historic photographs and documents
• 20 artifacts, never-before-on-view, including fragments of the planes that hit the World Trade Center, Ku Klux Klan robes and calling cards.
• 20 reproduction artifacts, including historic anthrax vials, pencil bombs and artillery rounds
• 75 props and two recreated extremist workrooms
• Five videos featuring historic film footage and exclusive interviews, including Under Siege- a powerful film exploring today's terrorist threat and response, featuring interviews with leading scholars.
• Nine computer polling stations, developed in consultation with The Gallup Organization, that enable guests to express their opinions about the balance of civil liberties and national security.
• A timeline that traces over 170 events, including acts of terror and America's reactions.
Category: History
Primarily Consists Of: Hands-On Activities
Cost: Call for Pricing
Size: 4,000 square feet
Venue Length: 3 months
Availability: Tour ongoing
Special Requirements: Minimum ceiling height of 12 feet; climate control, standard electrical supply, internet connection, $25,000 deposit
Previous Venues: International Spy Museum, Washington DC
Oklahoma City National Memorial
Richard Nixon Library and Museum, Yorba Linda, CA
Gerald Ford Museum, Grand Rapids, MI
Durham Western Heritage Museum, Omaha, Nebraska
Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, Minnesota
Maltz Museum, Beachwood, Ohio
Port Huron Museum, Port Huron, Michigan
Museum of History & Industry, Seattle, Washington
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, Cincinnati, OH
National Constitution Center, Philadelphia, PA
Tampa Bay History Center, Tampa, Florida
Illinois Holocaust Museum & Educ. Center, Skokie, IL
Muzeo, Anaheim, CA
Clinton Library & Museum, Little Rock, AR
Neville Public Museum of Brown County, Green Bay, Wisconsin
Missouri History Center, Saint Louis, Missouri
Organization: Evergreen Exhibitions
Contact: Christi Klingelhefer
Address: 7979 Broadway, Suite 107, San Antonio, 78209 USA
Phone: 210-582-0015
Fax: 210.590.1071
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