William L. Clements Library
Exhibits and Events
The Clements Library showcases its collections with regular exhibits presented in the Great Hall and with online exhibits. Drawing on a wealth of primary source material, including rare books, manuscripts, maps, prints, and photographs, the Library's exhibits offer unique views of American history from the Age of Discovery into the twentieth century.
The Great Hall also serves as a venue for special events and lectures by historians and other scholars. Programs will be announced.
Exhibits are open to the public weekdays from 1:00 pm to 4:45 pm, and by special arrangement. The exhibit area is closed Fridays during June, July, and August. Access to the Great Hall is through the front entrance of the Library facing South University Avenue.