Library Showcasing Three Exhibits
Three diverse exhibits are on display or are planned shortly in Providence College’s Phillips Memorial Library.
The exhibits are made possible, in part, through the efforts of the Library Display Committee.
• In celebration of the 50th anniversary of PC’s Study Abroad Program, the library is hosting a display of photographs and memorabilia in its foyer until May 31. The exhibition recognizes the continuing tradition of the Study Abroad Program and the opportunity it provides students to expand their horizons.
• The Black Studies Program is celebrating Black History Month with a display until the end of February. The exhibit, located on the main level, celebrates the history, traditions, and culture of African-Americans through photos, writings, and artifacts.
• Starting in March, an exhibit on the late John E. Fogarty will be on display in the foyer. Congressman Fogarty served in the United States House of Representatives from 1941 to 1967, representing Rhode Island’s Second Congressional District. His collection consists of personal and constituent correspondence, photographs, and public documents showcasing his national influence on the role of government in health and education.
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