This exhibit, created originally as a talk for the Treasures of Wheaton program  focuses on  the life and ministry of Kenneth Perry Landon.  Though significant in his own realm of endeavors, Kenneth was much less known popularly than his wife Margaret, of whom he was very proud.  Margaret was the author of Anna and the King of Siam, which was later adapted by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein as the King and I.  The Landon Papers measure nearly 200 feet of material, including 94 hours of oral history interviews with Kenneth and Margaret.  The Special Collections thanks the Landon family for their generosity and continued support.