When possible, the Center makes images from our exhibitions available online, and we do on occasion mount digital exhibits. If nothing is listed now, please check again later.

The American Civil War: A Video Exhibition

In celebration of the sesquicentennial of the Emancipation Proclamation and the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Gotlieb Center staff and students of the Center mounted a major exhibition on the American Civil War on display from March through mid-September of 2013. For the benefit of those who were unable to view these “Treasures from the Vault” or want to learn more about them in their context, this Video Catalog presents images of the exhibition. The catalog also offers insights from scholars of this transformative era in the American adventure.
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Tito Gobbi's Centenary: An Online Exhibition from his Archive

To celebrate the centenary of the birth of the world-renowned operatic baritone Tito Gobbi, the Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center has launched a new online exhibition featuring photographs, manuscripts, correspondence and artwork from his personal collection. The exhibition follows Gobbi's life as an artist, a performer, a director, an educator and a family man.
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Bortman Americana: Online Exhibition

Donated by Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bortman, this collection holds some two thousand printed and manuscript pieces documenting the first two centuries of American life, with emphasis on the early history of New England, church history, military affairs, and the history of Canada and the West Indies.
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