Interested in exhibiting at The Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County?
Frederick Douglass’ Rochester, highlights the spaces and places that informed his life in the Flower City. Douglass once wrote that he would always feel more at home in Rochester than anywhere else in the country, and his legacy is undoubtedly felt throughout the city in which resided for a quarter of a century.
This new exhibit, showcased in Harold Hack Hall, features artifacts and information about the 200 year history of the Erie Canal, trains and the Rochester Subway. On display through the month of February