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For this exhibition, the subject is the landscape of Delaware as portrayed by artists, photographers, and mapmakers. The subtext, however, is the evolution of the state from predominately agricultural to urban/suburban. The collection includes the history, culture, domestic, business, and social aspects of Delaware as documented in books, letters, legal documents, diaries, journals, account books and ledgers, maps, printed ephemera, family papers, business records, archival material, photographs and graphic materials, and miscellaneous items.
This exhibition was on display in the Special Collections Gallery from August 21-December 19, 2001.
Tags: Maps; Delaware--History