Some of our digital exhibitions are public, some of them are only accessible with a Purchase email address. All exhibitions are meant to highlight portions of unique research collections. For questions about access or about how we curate, email us. And most importantly, enjoy.
Check out our excellent collection of truly singular silent film transparencies, used as lantern slides to show coming attractions at the nickelodeon (movie theater). c.1917-1922. Publicly accessible.
Joseph Binder was one of the most prolific graphic designers of the mid-20th century. His illustration work, minus a few pieces in private collections, is largely considered lost. You must be logged into ARTstor (registration free with your Purchase email address) to view this collection.
You have to be logged into ARTstor (registration free with your Purchase email address) to see these beauties. Our 35mm slides illuminate the ancient fashions of Egypt, Greece, & Rome. c. 1447- 2000 BCE.
The DCC creates regular digital exhibitions highlighting cultural heritage and pride with open access resources. These collections accompany Library book displays & they emphasize diversity and inclusion. c. 1776-Present. Publicly accessible.
Now you’ll never miss a single issue! Check out Purchase College’s flagship newspaper, The Load. You have to be logged into ARTstor (registration free with your Purchase email address) to see our ever-growing collection of campus publications.