Digital Exhibits

Special Collections & Archives are pleased to present the following digital exhibits!

Follow our News updates to learn about our on-site exhibits or drop by our display cases to view the current display!

Also be sure to check out Digital Collections area, where you can browse entire items like diaries, souvenir albums, and scrapbooks!

Four women from the National Council of Women of CanadaLady Aberdeen Memorial Library celebrates the 50th anniversary of its donation. (2017)

Abraham Moyer leaving his house in KansasAbraham Moyer's Journey to Canada was prepared by staff at the Geospatial Centre. (2016)
Doerr's Pure CandyFrom Doerr to Dare highlights items from the Dare Foods Limited fonds. (2016)

H. Spencer ClarkH. Spencer Clark and the Soviet Union, detailing his 1931 trip. (2016) 

Harry Byers posing in front of airplaneHarry Byers, his life, and his time in the Soviet Union during the first five-year plan. (2015)

Kitchener and the First World WarKitchener and the First World War : the residents of Berlin, later Kitchener, and their many roles in the war. (2015)
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Aldus Manutius and the Aldine PressAldus Manutius and the Aldine Press commemorates the 500th anniversary of the death of printer Aldus Manutius. (2015)

Motz Family FondsA virtual exhibit highlighting the Motz Family Fonds donated by the Motz Family . (2014)
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Closed Doors...opened through archivesDoors Closed is a virtual exhibit prepared for Doors Open Waterloo Region. (2010).
From the Seagram Museum LibraryAn exhibition featuring the Seagram Museum Library Collections donated courtesy of The Seagram Company .
Celebrating the BoarCelebrating the Boar is based on a 1994 exhibit by the UW Library and the Arts Alumni.

From "Berlin" to "Kitchener"From "Berlin" to "Kitchener" is an electronic display highlighting the
Faculty of Arts Fifteenth Annual Arts Lecture.

YWCA buildingYWCA 1905-1995 is a virtual exhibit highlighting the history of the Young Women's Christian Association .
Line drawing of dancersAn exhibit featuring the Dance Collection donated by Dr. Henry Crapo.