Special Collections & Archives

PAST EXHIBITIONS

THE ENIGMATIC EDGAR A. POE IN BALTIMORE & BEYOND: SELECTIONS FROM THE SUSAN JAFFE TANE COLLECTION
This exhibition was open to the public from October 4, 2016 through February 5, 2017. You can still see #EnigmaticEdgar's amazing objects in our digital exhibition, or just check out a few highlights. Check out the spooky "Raven" video we made to celebrate Poe's death anniversary on October 7, 2016. You can also purchase the exhibition catalog, an illustrated book of essays about objects relating to Poe's work and life.

 

HOPKINS AND THE GREAT WAR
This multi-campus exhibition exploring the impact of World War I on the Johns Hopkins community was open to the public from September 2016 through January 2017. Our digital exhibition brings together content from the three exhibition sites and includes links to media coverage of the exhibition.

COMING SOON

CATHEDRAL OF BOOKS: GEORGE PEABODY'S GIFT TO BALTIMORE will open to the public on Friday, February 25, 2017.

This exhibition reproduces selections from the wide range of materials spanning four hundred years in the George Peabody Library, Baltimore's first public libraryfrom the earliest printed books to sixteenth-century maps to gorgeous illustrated books of the nineteenth century to our H. L. Mencken collections.

WHERE
George Peabody Library
17 E. Mount Vernon Place
Baltimore, Maryland 21202

667-208-6715

Directions and parking information here.

WHEN
Friday, February 25, 2017 September 2017
Sunday Monday:  Closed
Tuesday Thursday:  10 am 5 pm
Friday:  10 am 3 pm
Saturday:  10 am 1 pm

Please Note: We will be CLOSING early, at 2:00pm

Thursday, March 23 for a Special Event