Bridgewater College recently announced the "Seek Peace and Pursue It" exhibition at the Alexander Mack Memorial Library.
will open on Oct. 22 and run through Dec. 9. Admission is free.
The peacemakers featured in the exhibition are Paul Bowman, John Kline, Lula Miller, Anna Mow, Alexander Mack Sr., W. Harold
Row, Nettie Senger, Naomi Miller West and Nobel Peace Prize nominee M.
The papers of these proponents for peace are in the Bridgewater
College Special Collection and the Reuel B. Pritchett Museum Collection.
“'The Seek Peace and Pursue It' exhibition will also explore
how peace is being found today,” Gardner said. “A number of humanitarian
agencies sent materials for the exhibition, and we have had excellent
collaboration with Bridgewater College faculty and students, who told us what
‘Seek Peace’ means to them. In addition to honoring nine inspiring historic
peacemakers, we will explore how their legacy is being carried out in the
Artifacts and documents from the lives and work of John
Kline, Lula Miller, W. Harold Row and Nettie Senger will be on display. The
exhibition will also include writings by Bridgewater College students, as well as faculty member Dr. Stephen Longenecker and
Provost and Professor of Physics Emeritus
Dr. Dale Ulrich.
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