Each Monday, sit back, relax, and ease into the work week with puzzles created from images in our collections that have been designated as open access. Anyone can now download, transform, share, and reuse these images as part of Smithsonian Open Access, launched in 2020.
To commemorate the United States Bicentennial in 1976, each Smithsonian museum hosted at least one special project. And those celebrations extended to the work of the Smithsonian’s Office of Horticulture, now Smithsonian Gardens. At that time, the Arts and Industries Building was being restored to host a special exhibit, 1876: A Centennial Exhibition, which displayed many of the objects from the Philadelphia Centennial. To complement the large-scale exhibit, in the South Yard, behind the Smithsonian Castle, the Office of Horticulture created a garden with a Victorian-era design.