The National Archives is best known for its Rotunda for the Charters of Freedom, but the building is so much more. From exhibits to learning centers and research rooms, take a closer look at the public spaces of the National Archives Building.
The East Rotunda Gallery holds the Featured Document Exhibit. This small rotating exhibit highlights single documents from the holdings of the National Archives.
Past examples have included President Lyndon B. Johnson's nomination of Thurgood Marshall, first African American on the Supreme Court, and President George Washington's first Inaugural Address.
This exhibit was created by Lily Tyndall with special thanks to Kaitlin Errickson, Billy Wade, Jeff Reed, Brogan Jackson, Mary Ryan, and Jessie Kratz.