Our traveling exhibits can complement learning in history, civics, and social studies. Schools, universities, libraries, museums, and nonprofit organizations may borrow exhibits free of charge; organizations must pay for return shipping back to the Bank. Contact us at email@example.com.
Freedman's Bank: A Story of Faith, Family and Finance
Freedman’s Bank: A Story of Faith, Family, and Finance
The Freedman’s Bank: An American Story of Faith, Family, and Finance is an exhibit exploring the history of the Freedman’s Bank of the United States and how it impacts our families, communities, and financial systems to this day.
Propaganda and Patriotism: The Art of Financing America’s Wars shares the powerful stories and images of America’s war bonds and American citizens’ role in supporting the war effort and explains Fed’s role as America’s bank.
Hamilton: The Ten-Dollar Founding Father explores the revolutionary contributions and lasting economic legacy forged by Alexander Hamilton, who was essential in creating the dollar, central banking, and other efforts that gave birth to today’s modern financial system.
Questionable Issue: Currency of the Holocaust shares the gripping and seldom-told story of money inside Nazi concentration camps and ghettos. Stories of camps where prisoners were forced to exchange their money for worthless Nazi-issued paper provides a wrenching lesson in betrayal and loss. This exhibit is courtesy of the Holocaust Museum Houston, which is dedicated to educating people about the Holocaust, remembering the 6 million Jews and other innocent victims, and honoring the survivors’ legacy. The exhibit is presented with the support of the Maltz Museum.
Visit the Money Museum wherever you are using your phone, tablet, or computer! You can explore our virtual exhibits on topics such as the history of central banking in the United States, cash operations, cybersecurity, and more.