26 · Survey Results: Survey Questions And Responses
Galleries in library buildings one adjacent to the special collections reading room in Hornbake Library, the other
adjacent to the Performing Arts Library.
Gallery space adjacent to Special Collections, which includes 12 built-in exhibit cases.
Hallways, lobbies, conference rooms.
Hirshland Exhibition Gallery in the Carl A. Kroch Library, Cornell University. A large rectangular space designated for
exhibitions containing 11–13 cases of materials.
Just inside entry doors of Virginia Kelly Karnes Archives and Special Collections.
Large, built-in exhibit case with additional movable cases in “foyer” area outside library’s administrative offices and
special collections two additional exhibit cases near main circulation desk
Lumpkin Foyer, South Caroliniana East Gallery, Thomas Cooper Library West Gallery, Thomas Cooper Library
Mezzanine Gallery, Thomas Cooper Library.
Main lobby Gallery hall.
Main Lobby of the Humanities and Social Sciences Library lobby outside Rare Books and Special Collection.
Memorabilia Room Small wall cases and wall space for hanging exhibits throughout building Standing display cases in
a hallway.
Memorial Library has a large lobby area designated for exhibits that any of the above units can use. Silver Buckle
Press has a small wall case located within Memorial Library. The Department of Special Collections has a large (1600
sq ft) exhibit room. The atrium of the Health Sciences Learning Center has a display case to support/promote Ebling’s
Historical Collections exhibits. University Archives is located within Steenbock Library Steenbock is looking at putting in
exhibit cases, and they should be able to use those some of the time.
One exhibit gallery adjacent to the special collections reading room and one exhibit case in the main lobby of the main
library building.
Public lobby, entrances, near special reading rooms.
Rare Books and Special Collections: exhibit space. Asian Library: exhibit space, main floor and upper floor.
Several exhibit cases in gallery area.
Spaces in John Hay Library (Special Collections) Gammell Exhibition Room on 1st floor: Five wall panels with Plexiglass
covers (41” x 64” x 1”), Two 5-foot Glasbau-Hahn cases (5’ x 26” x 6”), Fourteen cases with glass lids (29” x 32” x
7”). Audubon case in Reader Services area on 1st floor: One stand-alone case for housing Birds of America volumes.
North Gallery on 1st floor: Three 9-foot Glasbau-Hahn cases (automatic)(9’ x 26” x 1”) Two 5-foot Glasbau-Hahn cases
(5’ x 26” x 1”). One table Lobby case: A free-standing upright case diagonally opposite from the Gammell Exhibition
Room (41” x 36” x 26”). Lownes Room on the second floor: Seven wooden manual cases. Bopp Seminar Room on 3rd
floor: Eight display cases (25” x 44” x 4”) each. Ann S. K. Brown Military Collection Gallery on 3rd floor: Four 5-foot
Glasbau-Hahn cases (5’ x 26” x 6”), eight wall-mounted cases, one large wall-mounted free-standing case.
Special Collections exhibit space is inside Special Collections adjacent to the Reference Desk and Reading Room.
Special Collections foyer and in the Link space connecting two MacKimmie (main) library buildings. Also exhibit space
within the Military Museums library.
The main lobby in the Libraries has multiple exhibit cases for exhibits. The main exhibit cases highlight the current
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