- Stories of Freedom Summer from the Western College Memorial Archives.
- Covington’s Cincinnati.
- For the Amusement of Youth: Early Board and Card Games in Special Collections.
- Harpers Weekly: The Civil War : read full issues
- The Heart of London: Charles Dickens and Social Reform
- The Crystal Palace & The Great Exhibition of 1851
- Exhibits Brochure
- Selected Recent Acquisitions
Included are recent donations to the Covington Collection; purchases for the Richey Collection on the Southern Confederacy, and the King Collection of Juvenile Literature; and a special acquisition in memory of Dr. Phillip R. Shriver.
- The Seinfeld Connection: Materials from the Rick Ludwin Collection
- Avant-garde and Innocence: Children’s Book Illustration by Russian Non-Conformist Artists in the Beginning of the 20th Century
- Exhibit Brochure
- Peter Sís: the May Hill Arbuthnot Honor Lecture at Miami University, April 4, 2012.
In honor of his selection as Honor Lecturer, we exhibited a number of works from the King Collection of Juvenile Literature by author/illustrator Peter Sís, including many award winners. There was also a selection of Czechoslovakian children’s literature in honor of Sís’s homeland.
- The Art of the Russian Folktale
- The Deadliest That Ever Darkened Earth: Voices From the Civil War in the Walter Havighurst Special Collections
- Geodaesia: Land and Memory
- Buddhism: An Exhibit in Honor of the Dalai Lama’s Visit
- A Centennial Celebration of the Opening and Dedication of the Alumni Library
- Earth: A Story of the Largest Atlas
- Turning the Page of the World’s Largest Published Book: Bhutan: A Visual Odyssey …
- Government Information and Law Depository Centennial Exhibit
- Bhutan: A Visual Odyssey Across the Last Himalayan Kingdom
- Turning the Page of the World’s Largest Published Book: Bhutan
- William Faulkner: “A Man Steeped in the Soil of His Native Land”
- Friendship’s Offering: The Literary and Artistic Appeal of Gift Books
- Benjamin and Caroline Scott Harrison
- “There Can Never Come a Second Home Half So Sacred: Selected Documents of Miami University, 1873-1931.”, Professor Kate Rousmaniere, Department of Educational Leadership and Betsy Butler, Special Collections Librarian, Monday, October 27, 2008). Brochure.
- “From Old Miami to Gettysburg: The Orations of Charles Anderson”,
Mr. Rob Tolley, Friday, May 30, 2008.
- Program of Events, Rodolfo Obregón,
Director of the Centro de Investigación Teatral Rodolfo Usigli (CITRU) in Mexico City, March 31-April 3, 2008
- “A Gold Leaf Workshop”, Dr. Anna Klosowska, Wednesday, March 12, 2008
- “The Peaceful Agencies of Commerce”: Benjamin Harrison and the United States of Enterprise, Dr. Mary Kupiec Cayton, Wednesday, March 5, 2008
- “With Sentiments of Respect and Affection: Letters of Old Miami, 1809-173″,Dr. Andrew Cayton, Distinguished Professor of History, and Betsy Butler, Special Collections Librarian, Tuesday, October 16, 2007. Catalog.
- “Horsecars: City Transit Before the Electrical Age”, Dr. Jack White, Thursday, October 25, 2007. Catalog. Horsecar Program Flyer.