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Traveling Exhibits

Listed below are exhibits originating as part of our exhibition series. Most feature collections or services our library provides for communities. In addition, we have sponsored exhibits of works by UConn students. These exhibits are available for communities in Connecticut to borrow.

  • All in a Day’s Work: Photographs of Women in Connecticut Industry from the collections of the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center

There is an online exhibit and schedule for this exhibit at

The exhibit consists of 27 images of varying sizes 14”x19” or smaller with 7 text captions.    All are mounted on foam core.
There is an introduction board 29”h x 23”w.  Recommended wall space is 25 feet.


  • Voices from the Underground: Radical Protest and the Underground Press in the “Sixties”

There is an online exhibit at

The exhibit consists of thirty five cover images mounted on foam core. All are 11"w x 17"h and there are 5 text signs, also 11" x 17." Not all need to be displayed at once.


  • Peace Corps Posters: Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Peace Corps

This exhibit is our first UConn student exhibit. All designs are by students in professor Cora Lynn Deibler's Fall 2010 'Topics in Illustration' class. There is no online exhibit at this time, but here is a UConn Today article about the project:  

The exhibit consists of twenty-eight 18”w x 24”h full color posters mounted on foam core and one 8.5”w x 14”h  brief introduction about the exhibit.  Each poster has a foam core mounted caption by the designer giving their name and what inspired their design.


If you are interested in borrowing an exhibit from the University of Connecticut Libraries, please contact:

Jean Nelson