The long-term exhibitions for the Lee Chapel changed in October 2007 and include the main exhibition "Not Unmindful of the Future:" Educating to Build and Rebuild a Nation, as well as new interpretation in Lee's Office. As part of this renovation, a changing exhibition gallery was installed, which currently houses Constantly Occupied: Mary Anna Randolph Custis Lee. This exhibition will be on display through mid-May of 2012.

Web Exhibition The Office of Robert E. Lee

With a firm commitment to help rebuild the nation through education, Robert E. Lee put Washington College on the path to becoming a modern university. He occupied this office during the final two years of his presidency, late spring 1868 - October 1870.

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Changing Exhibition Constantly Occupied: Mary Anna Randolph Custis Lee

Well-read and artistic, with a keen intellect and interest in national events, Mary Lee was steadfast in her faith and unshakeable in her commitments--all in her own very personal style.

Ceramics in the Reeves Collection

The Reeves Collection contains a number of ceramics associated with the University's namesakes, George Washington and Robert E. Lee. Some of the pieces here were owned and used by Washington or Lee, while others commemorate them or their activities.