Current Exhibit

Spring 2022

Selections From the Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection
Selections from the Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection

Kenyon College Special Collections & Archives invites you to Selections From the Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection, on view through spring 2022. Viewers will learn about the Holocaust through materials such as Nazi propaganda and early Jewish refugee letters soliciting migration assistance, Jewish identification badges, letters from concentration camp prisoners to loved ones, newspapers demonstrating international reactions, post-war liberation documents, and more. This brief introduction to the Bulmash Family Holocaust Collection aims to introduce community members to its impressive holdings and the educational value that the collection offers.

The selection of materials on view provide a glimpse of the larger collection, which has been digitized and is available at digital.kenyon.edu/bulmash

Past Exhibits

Fall 2021

From Worthington to Chalmers

 

Kenyon College Special Collections & Archives invites you to explore the History of Kenyon Libraries from the College’s founding in Worthington, Ohio, in 1824 to the opening of Chalmers Library on the Hill this semester. Witness the growth and changes of the collection over time, its movements across campus, the dynamic part it plays in campus life, and more. This exhibition hopes to inform the community about the various roles that Kenyon’s libraries have played over time and to strengthen or even spark a new appreciation for the importance of the institution to life in Gambier. 

 

Upcoming Exhibits in the Bulmash Exhibition Hall

For inquiries about the current exhibit, contact Special Collections & Archives (archives@kenyon.edu).
For inquiries about using the exhibit space after Spring 2022, contact Julia Warga (glynnj@kenyon.edu).