Gutman's Special Collections, spanning two centuries, offer rich and varied resources for studying the history of schooling and learning in America.
Special Collections may be consulted by appointment Monday, Thursday and Friday between 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. or by special arrangement. Please contact us to schedule an appointment or learn more.
Spanning two centuries, the Gutman Library Special Collections offers rich and varied resources for studying the history of schooling and learning in America. Our collection includes historical textbooks, public school reports, private school catalogs, historical records from children's media organizations, and more. Learn more about our collections.
Our current exhibit, "From Crayons to Calligraphy: An Exhibition of Japanese Student Artwork, 1949-1951," showcases a small segment of the several hundred pieces of artwork Gutman Library received as part of the Francis J. Daly Japanese Student Artwork collection. Learn more about our exhibits.