For my project, I chose to build an exhibit on the Historic American Merchant Marine Survey (HAMMS). We were required to select a location for our exhibit, so I chose the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. Included on this page are some of the materials I produced as part of that project.
Obviously, this exhibit was never produced. Also note that given the limited time, not all the photos or materials are actually from HAMMS (which the instructor was fine with). As a historian, it was a strange experience to be loose with facts, and I think it was a useful lesson about having to be careful with exhibit designers, who may have a different agenda than exhibit curators.
Page 001 - Legacy: Materials from the Historic American Merchant Marine Survey Page 002 - Table of Contents Page 003 - Model Photographs - see above Page 004 Page 005 - Walkthrough of Exhibit Page 006 Page 007 Page 008 Page 009 Page 010 - Motives Elements Devices Page 011 Page 012 Page 013 Page 014 Page 015 Page 016 Page 017 Page 018 Page 019 - Bibliography Page 020 - Addendum: Drawings- See also above, which are clearer Page 021 Page 022 Page 023 - Addendum: Exhibition Proposal Page 024 Page 025 Page 026 Page 027 Page 028 - Typical Hamms Photographs and Boat Lines Page 029 - Typical Hamms Art Work and Documents Page 030 - Typical Hamms News Release Page 031 - Issues on Electronic Presentation Page 032 Page 033 - Bibliography Page 034 Page 035 Page 036
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