Category Archives: Exhibitions

Statements: Martin Luther’s 95 Theses

In 2014, the Library commemorated the start of World War I in Europe with an exhibition of literary and artistic works that came out of the war. In 2015, our exhibition about the Yale Club’s Centennial at 50 Vanderbilt was … Continue reading

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The Beinecke at the Yale Club

As the languor of summer pervades the halls of the Yale Club, drifting up to the Library from the sweltering, grimy streets of Manhattan, and into our cool, quiet Library, we aim to keep the minds of our members active. … Continue reading

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Celebrating 100 Years of Thornton Wilder

Today’s post is co-written and edited by Rosey Strub and Tappan Wilder This spring, the Library welcomes The Wilder Family as guest curators of our exhibition space. 2017 marks 120 years since Thornton Wilder’s birth, the 75th anniversary of the … Continue reading

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New on View

Members may remember that, for years, Library display rested in a low glass case in the elevator lobby. The space was dark and the pieces in the case difficult to see without crouching down.   The committee and I wanted pieces … Continue reading

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