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Library Exhibits

 Providence College, Phillips Memorial Library is pleased to present for the Fall 2017 semester new library exhibits drawn from the College's Special and Archival Collections held by the Phillips Memorial Library

Featured collections highlighted include the Frank B. Lanning Cartoon Collection, the John Fawcett Cartoon Collection, the Rebecca Ramos Natural History Book Collection, the Cornelius C. Moore Early American Silver Collection, the William E. Walsh Civil War Diary, the Rhode Island 11th United States Heavy Artillery Collection, the Bruce E. Graver Collection on John G. Whittier, and the papers of Providence College alumni John V. Brennan '59.

Come celebrate the new academic year with us by stopping by the Library

to learn more about our very own Special Collections!

In addition we are celebrating Constitution Day - September 17, 2017 with our

 Constitution Day Celebration Exhibit

The Phillips Memorial Library is pleased to celebrate Saturday, September 17, 2017 as Constitution Day with a new Phillips Memorial Library exhibit.  Featuring a life-size replica of the Constitution, the exhibit focuses on the role of Thomas Jefferson – who did not sign the Constitution – and Rhode Island delegate Benjamin Bourne who represented the state at the first Congress in late August of 1790.

This exhibit will run for the whole month of September.


All Library exhibits are free and open to the public during normal hours.

Please visit the Library Home Page for our current hours.

If you are a person with a disability and require an assistive device, service, or other accommodation to participate in this event, please contact the Central Reservations Coordinator (401-865-2070; M-F 8:30a.m. – 4:30p.m.) well in advance of your visit.