The Ward M. Canaday Center for Special Collections currently has two concurrent exhibits on display. ‘Letters to Luminaries’ features notable, signed letters and other correspondence from the Center’s collections. Famous people from all walks of life: writers, scientists, activists, politicians, and noted Toledoans of all stripes are represented in the display, as well as letters from common people in extraordinary circumstances. Just outside the main exhibit area on the fifth floor of Carlson Library, the gallery features enlarged signed photographs and articles featuring some of the many celebrities and entertainers that have appeared on campus throughout the years. Both exhibits will run through July 31st, 2014. The UTNews did a great article with more information about the exhibits that we encourage you to read. For more information, contact Barbara Floyd, Director of the Canaday Center, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-530-4480.
The new UT Heritage Gallery, celebrating the rich history of the university, will open this weekend as part of Homecoming activities. The gallery, which includes displays about aspect of UT’s historical past, will be open this weekend the following hours; Saturday, October 5, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Sunday, October 6, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Regular hours of the gallery are Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please visit us soon; the Gallery is located on the first floor of Carlson Libary, located in the center of the main hallway and is sponsored in part by the UT Alumni Association.
Visit our new exhibit on the Toledo’s Attic site: http://www.toledosattic.org/index.php/exhibits/intowomen2013
You can visit the site here: http://www.toledosattic.org/index.php/exhibits/black-history-month-2013
Missed the latest exhibition “Medicine on the Maumee”? The Canaday Center invites you to its new virtual exhibition: http://libraryexhibits.utad.utoledo.edu/MEDX/index.html