Visitor Comments

What does “White Christmas” mean to you? How do you celebrate the holidays? What are your favorite memories?

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The H. I. Scharr Electric Company in Washington, D.C., enticed shoppers with lights, lamps, and train sets (1921).
Courtesy of the Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division.

I am so impressed with your digital production. Especially powerful is the racial history. We desperately need the equivalent of “White Christmas” for the 21st century to help all of us come together as Americans to overcome our polarized cultural and political status. I recommend that we share this widely so everyone can watch, learn and begin the change. Thanks!

Leona (Spokane)

The exhibit was great! It was so good to step back and think about our history and where we have come from. Also very fitting for this year as we feel sorry for ourselves with the pandemic and all. I hope many people will view it. It’s worth it.

Kathy (Missoula)



Thank you to Gonzaga University for promoting our exhibit!

Thank you to the Spokesman-Review for promoting our exhibit!

Thank you to the Inlander for promoting our exhibit!