Americans & the Holocaust Traveling Exhibition

This guide provides information related to the Americans & the Holocaust traveling exhibit from the American Library Association and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Information for Teachers

If you are a teacher bringing your class to tour the exhibit as part of a field trip, you may want to use the lesson plan and exhibit exploration activity below to help prepare your students to view the exhibit, record information about the exhibit content while on the field trip, and discuss the experience when you have returned to your classroom.

Exhibit-specific lessons and activities

Schedule your guided tour


Take a guided tour of the traveling exhibit, Americans & the Holocaust. Tours will meet in the Hodges Reading Room, on the east side of Mullins Library. Tour registrations are by group. If you register as an individual, please note that you will be the only person on that tour. Please have only one member of your tour group register on behalf of the group.


When: Various dates, Nov 11-Dec 8

Where: Mullins Library, 365 N McIlroy Ave, Fayetteville, AR 

Hodges Reading Room (level 2/main floor)


To register for a tour, page ahead in the calendar to November or December, and select your desired tour time slot.


If there is a tour available, the "seats" section will say: "1 seat left." This means there is a tour available to register for at that time. If the slot is unavailable, the "seats" section will say "Registrations are FULL," there is not a tour available at that time. 



Library floor plan, Hodges reading room circled

Spanish translation

Exhibit text in Spanish is available below.

La historia del Holocausto plantea importantes cuestiones sobre lo que la comunidad internacional, incluido Estados Unidos, podría haber hecho para detener el ascenso del nazismo en Alemania y su ataque a los judíos de Europa.