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U.S. Marshals Service
America's Star - A Partial Pictorial Tour of our Past Museum Exhibit
With the forthcoming United States Marshals Museum in Fort Smith, Arkansas, there have been many questions as to what might be included as exhibits. In determining this, below is a composite of photographs from our previous exhibit, which highlight some of the artifacts and case work. The place and time of each photograph varies, but all were taken between late 1988, when the tour began, through early 2003.
After a 14-city tour, "America's Star," designed by the Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit Branch (SITES), ended the agency's Bicentennial activities at Tallahassee, Florida in July 1991. The artifacts were a mix of agency-owned and loaned items. A new home was sought after the tour, and from 1991 through 2003, "America's Star" resided in the Wyoming Territorial Park in Laramie, Wyoming.