Check out the new exhibit in the Bailey/Howe Lobby, “Reflection and Vision: 200 Years of Libraries at the University of Vermont,” which depicts the history of library collections and spaces at the University of Vermont.
- The University’s earliest efforts to create a library, including Professor Joseph Torrey’s nine month book collecting mission in Europe
- The construction of Billings Library, designed by famed architect H. H. Richardson
- The creation of the Bailey/Howe and Dana Medical Libraries
- The future of library spaces and digital collections
Excerpts from a portfolio documenting the Billings Library after its dedication in 1885 are also on view. The complete set of photographs can be viewed in Special Collections.
The entire Billings Portfolio can also be viewed on Flickr.