Of all the museum exhibits I've visited through the years, taking in a photographic exhibit of Harry Truman's White House renovation at the Truman Library years ago stands as my favorite -- and the most fascinating.
I had no idea of the project at the time and have hardly seen anything of it since.
So it was neat to find this feature in The New York Times this morning.
It's worth the read. And then check out these websites with photos of the Truman reconstruction and the Kennedy renovation.