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Images and texts are too small on my device
This exhibition was intended for tablets, laptops, and desktops of various sizes. While smartphones may be able to access these pages all page layouts, texts, and images will appear smaller and may appear out of place. You may also need to adjust text size on in your browsers and/or your devices.
The image I am looking for does not appear to be in this virtual exhibition
The virtual exhibition is a digital replica of the identically titled physical exhibition that came down on July 27. The exhibits were selected by the curators to correspond to the theme of the physcial exhibition and due to space limitations, not all items were selected. However, you can note the collection name and number and visit the Ward M. Canaday Center during the posted hours of service.
The browser I am using does not display some of the website content
While all major browsers (Firefox, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Opera, etc.) should be displaying this content in more or less the same manner, settings and configurations of your device and browsers may be influencing what you are viewing. This content will not display correctly in Safari please consider using Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, or Opera. You may also need to update your browser to ensure that it supports all current hypertext languages: HTML4 and HTML5. This website was developed with HTML5 in compliance with accessibility on most communication devices.
I would like to propose a correction to the information on this site. How do I go about that?
You can use the email icon on the bottom each page. In your email, please copy and paste the URL (http://....) of the page in question with your proposed correction. Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to communicate typographical or factual issues to us.