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About Our Exhibits

Exhibits Program

The GW Libraries Exhibits Program was created to showcase and celebrate its strengths as a learning center, highlight its many local, national and international collections, and the research topics pursued by its individual departments. Exhibits are also displayed in conjunction with academic lectures, Library functions, collections receptions and related events.

Drawing on the varied collections of the Library's Collections units— the Special Collections Research Center, the Labor History Research Center, the I. Edward Kiev Judaica Collection, and the Global Resources Center—The Exhibits portal provides researchers with a wealth of scanned texts and primary documents, curated by Library subject matter experts and University academics.

Image Rights

Unless otherwise indicated, all copyrights are held by the George Washington University. Images may be used freely, with attribution, for research, study and educational purposes. For permission to publish, distribute, or use these images for any other purpose, please contact:

Special Collections and University Archives
George Washington University Libraries
2130 H Street NW
Washington DC 20052
(202) 994-6558 | 

Copyright of historical archival and image collections may be difficult or impossible to determine. GW Libraries would like to hear from any potential copyright owners who are not properly identified in the Libraries' digital collections. Contact the Special Collections Department with additional information.