Image of the gallery exhibiting Ever Changing, Ever Oshkosh

Ever Changing, Ever Oshkosh

Oshkosh and the world around it have changed dramatically since the city was founded in 1853. However, even when it seems like everything is different, some everyday human experiences exist across time and can help us find connections to the past. This exhibit highlights a selection of archival photographs depicting those ordinary aspects of life in Oshkosh that carry through the decades. From school, to recreation, to industry, to celebrations, explore the images to see how some things may change, but some things stay the same. 

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Historic, black and white photo on view in Ever Changing, Ever Oshkosh picturing students seated at their desks in a classroom

Archival Photography Exhibit

Historic, black and white photo from Ever Changing, Ever Oshkosh exhibit picturing young men working in an industrial setting
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