100 years, 100 voices: Celebrating the Chapin Library centennial

In celebration of the Chapin Library’s centennial, 100 Years, 100 Voices gathers the reflections of 100 members of our community, past and present. Each individual has been invited to reflect on a single item in the Chapin’s collection that has been significant to them: academically, personally, or otherwise. While no exhibit can encompass the Chapin’s full breadth, nor its impact at Williams, we hope these 100 selections celebrate both the historical strengths of our collections and the new directions they have taken since the library’s founding gift arrived at Stetson Hall in 1923.

This exhibit is featured in the Chapin, Instruction, and Schow Galleries on the 4th floor of Sawyer Library through January 19, M-F 10-4.