Clark Library Exhibits

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On display through September 21st, 2014!

A Community for Victory: Ann Arbor in World War II

The exhibit explores community life in Ann Arbor during World War II, using the Ann Arbor District Library's extensive local historical archives, the Stephen S. Clark Library's map collection, and special materials from the U-M Library's American Culinary History Collection.

Sponsored by the University of Michigan Library and the Ann Arbor District Library.

Place: Ann Arbor

The exhibit montage includes Ann Arbor maps, photos, and ephemera collected through the years, highlighting the Stephen S. Clark Library's collection of local maps ranging from Arboretum planting plans to bus routes of long ago.



Upcoming Exhibits: 

to be announced!

Online Exhibits

List of Past Exhibits

The Clark Library exhibit space is in a prominent location on the 2nd floor of the Hatcher Graduate Library. Since the Fall of 2011 the Clark Library has hosted exhibits ranging from student art shows to a visual representation of a master's thesis. The library puts together a few exhibits itself each year. These exhibits draw heavily from our collections, which include maps and government information.

If you have a question about an exhibit or are interested in collaborating with the Clark on an exhibit, please email our exhibit coordinator at .

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Last modified: 07/10/2014