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The Library's exhibition program includes site-based and online exhibitions. For online, see those listed in the array of links below. Site-based include: 1) the Cotsen gallery, 2) the Firestone lobby, 3) the main Firestone gallery, 4) Mudd Library, and 5) small, display case exhibitions at such libraries as the Marquand Art Library. The Cotsen Children's Library includes 'Bookscape' and some changing exhibition cases focused on children's books. At Mudd, materials from the collections are displayed in various lobby cases, in online galleries, and in the exhibition gallery of the Seeley G. Mudd Manuscript Library at 65 Olden Street. All exhibitions are free and most are open to the general public. The Firestone main exhibition is under renovation starting in mid-July 2015.
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An exhibit celebrating the 125th Anniversary of Princeton University’s Triangle Club featuring archival materials from the Triangle Club Records housed in the University Archives. The exhibit walks you through some highlights from the past century and a quarter bringing to light the extensive history of this Princeton standard. Playbills, photographs, sheet music, memorabilia, travel plans, costume sketches, and, of course, punny titles, can all be found in this exhibit, and to a much greater degree in the Triangle Club Records.