Through political cartoons from Houghton Library’s Theodore Roosevelt Collection, this exhibit examines the Spanish-American War and its role in the start of the United States as a world power.

The exhibit was curated by Houghton Library 75th Anniversary Undergraduate Fellow and history concentrator Arthur Schott-Lopes, Class of 2019. It is free and open to the public.

The Theodore Roosevelt Gallery is located next door to Houghton in Lamont Library, Lower Level (enter through the West Door). For a wheelchair-accessible entrance, please use Lamont Library’s main door and take the elevator to level B.

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