In addition to regular exhibits in the Main Room of the library, the Clements also offers a variety of online exhibits through the library website. These are listed on the Exhibits page of the library website, along with the current and past exhibits presented in the library. Online exhibits provide a portal into the collections of the Clements Library, bringing together a variety of manuscripts, prints, photographs, books, and maps on a particular theme. For those who can't come to the library in person to see our exhibits, this can be a great way to get an introduction to our collections. For more information, see the list of our online exhibits below.
Women's Education Evolves, 1790-1890
San Francisco Earthquake and Fire, 1906
Spy Letters of the American Revolution
500 Years of American Grapes and Wines: The Literature of a Remarkable Journey
The Old Girl Network: Charity Cookbooks and the Empowerment of Women
Colonial Photography: Viewfinder on the Past
George Washington: Getting to Know the Man Behind the Image
Benjamin F. Brown and the Circus in America
Summer Paradise: the Role of Railway and Steamboat Lines in Promoting Vacation Travel
Coming soon ... an online exhibit on controversial works from the Clements Library collections, in honor of Banned Books Week, September 26-October 3, 2009.