Dole Institute celebrates distinguished Kansan’s legacy of finding common ground
The Dole Institute Museum will be open on Monday, May 29 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. in honor of Memorial Day. Bring your family to visit the museum and create drawings that will be mounted onto tiles and incorporated into the tribute artwork that world-class earthwork artist Stan Herd is creating on the grounds. More information here.
Dr. Cameron Zinsou: “Operation Dragoon: The Allied Invasion of Southern France in World War II”
The Robert and Elizabeth Dole Archives and Special Collections is one of the largest Congressional archives in the country, documenting the lives and careers of Senators Bob and Elizabeth Dole. Manuscripts, photographs, film, objects, and other unique materials document a wide range of topics central to the political, social, and cultural history of 20th century America and beyond.
The Dole Institute Student Advisory Board is a group of KU students united by common interests in community service, government, and politics. Together, we broaden our understanding of the U.S. and the world at large through discussions and events on all topics that intersect politics.
Robert “Bob” Joseph Dole found strength in a modest Midwestern background to overcome devastating war wounds and become a towering figure in American politics.
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