From one of the largest collections in the world related to the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings, comes the permanent exhibit "Stories of Hope," four inspirational stories that give hope to people around the world. The stories include Barbara Reynolds, Dr. Nagai of Nagasaki, the Hiroshima Maidens and Sadako and the paper cranes. Learn how the human spirit can triumphant over tragedy and understand the plea of  “no more nuclear war.” The exhibit can be seen at the Peace Resource Center  Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Barbara Reynolds, founder of the Peace Resource Center, and the Hiroshima Maidens portions, the most popular research subject of the Center, are now virtual exhibits.


Barbara Reynolds Virtual Exhibit Enter Here                                            Hiroshima Maidens Virtual Exhibit Enter Here 

The Center also hosts changing exhibits related to peace education and nuclear war.



For more information about exhibits and to arrange a visit please contact the Center at (937) 382-6661 or