This began a collaborative project between the Utica Campus Social Sciences and Developmental reading departments in conjunction with Title III and the William H. Holtzclaw Library & Archives. The publication created to enhance the exhibit is directly influenced by those two departments. In 2020 the archives moved to the Utica Institute Museum, located in the […]
This version of the traveling exhibit was created in 2011 at the request of Dr. George Barnes, Utica Campus Vice-President.
The first exhibit was created to commemorate the Utica Campus Centennial in 2003. It included notebooks, framed photographs, sculptures and the Centennial video. That exhibit traveled to Vicksburg, MS for the Centennial Gala. It was later displayed at Smith-Robertson Museum and Cultural Center in Jackson, MS.
The Utica Normal & Industrial Institute Traveling Exhibit is the second version of a traveling exhibit produced on the Utica Campus of Hinds Community College. Created in 2011, the exhibit has been displayed around the Jackson Metro area as well as in Northeast Mississippi.