|Updated: 6/11/2012 7:55 am
||Published: 6/10/2012 4:04 pm
LITTLE ROCK, AR - Bill and Hillary Clinton are in Little Rock celebrating the opening of a new exhibit honoring their mother's. The exhibit features some rarely seen photographs, archived video interviews from both women, as well as recent video interviews from close friends and family.
The exhibit is a tribute to the remarkable mothers who are an inspiration to their family and friends. "Dorothy Howell Rodham & Virginia Clinton Kelley," will be open for the public beginning Monday, June 11th.
Born in the years after World War I, Dorothy Rodham and Virginia Kelley came of age during the Great Depression and World War II.
Both women remained steadfast in their determination to define their own lives and to create homes for their families filled with love and support. Their lives were, and continue to be, an inspiration to their family, friends, and those who knew them.
The exhibit is open until Nov. 25th.
It would have been Virginia Clinton Kelley's 89th birthday, and Dorothy Howell Rodham would have been 93 Monday, June 4th.