Exhibit Case Location & Access

The Library offers two exhibition spaces on the first floor: the North-South Hallway and the Marshall Gallery. First Floor Exhibit Case Location Map

North-South Hallway Cases and Wallboards

Photo of exhibit cases in Main Library North-South corridor

 

 

Photo of exhibit cases in Main Libary North-South corridor

6 Cases
Interior Measurements = 44 3/8″ wide x 24 1/2″ deep display base
with an 17 3/4″ rear height (this highest part of the case is 9 1/2″ deep)

4 Wallboards
Each board has a pinable surface measuring 27″ tall x 154″ (12 feet + 10 inches) long.

Please note that wall spaces beyond the wallboard are
not acceptable surfaces for exhibit placement.

Marshall Gallery Cases

Photo of display case in the Marshall Gallery

2 cases
Interior measurements = 43 7/8″ long x 23 3/4″ wide x 34″ high

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Access to Cases

For security reasons, exhibit cases are kept locked. Keys for the exhibit cases can be requested at the Preservation office in room 425 Library.
You will be provided with a key ring that holds keys to the exhibit cases and the exhibit supply cabinets.