ASPCA Photo Exhibit Runs Through January

New York display chronicles 140-year history of nonprofit.

Posted: January 3, 2007, 5 a.m. EST

The ASPCA has organized a historical exhibit at the Empire State Building in New York City to celebrate the group’s 140th year in operation.

The five exhibit windows feature different aspects of the organization’s history, from its creation in 1866 to its current role as the voice for companion animals.

The featured displays include historic documents chronicling the development of the ASPCA founded by Henry Bergh, a scaled illustration of the first horse ambulance, created in 1867, as well as photos of celebrities who have adopted shelter pets.

The exhibit runs through January and is open to the public during business hours. Visit for a complete schedule.


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Eileen - 249708   Port Perry, ON

5/15/2016 4:28:09 AM

Some human sure do have a very mean side. Cruelty to animals is wrong yet with all the work that is being done it still continued today!

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