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Exhibits

Special Collections & Archives maintains a number of permanent and rotating exhibits on both campuses. The George and Barbara Bush Center houses a permanent display of memorabilia given by the Bush family. Abplanalp Library has a large exhibit case displaying a rotating variety of special collections’ materials and Ketchum Library has a large bulletin board with exhibit space for artifacts below. The College of Pharmacy houses an exhibit of historical pharmacy artifacts donated by Betty Golub, pharmacist and owner of Kennebunk Village Pharmacy and Andrew Golub, Dean of Library Services at UNE.

In addition, the Maine Women Writers Collection hosts rotating exhibits in the reading room on the Portland campus, as well as a small case on the lower level of Marcil Hall in Biddeford.

The New England Osteopathic Heritage Center is responsible for two exhibits – a permanent exhibit in Stella Maris Hall and a rotating exhibit in the Harold Alfond Center for Health Sciences, both on the Biddeford campus.

In Leonard Hall on the Biddeford campus, there is a permanent exhibit commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s visit to St. Francis College.

In Goddard Hall on the Portland campus, a permanent exhibit showcases photographs from the Westbrook College History Collection in a timeline of the university.