Molloy College Special Collections

Molloy College Special Collections consists of art, archival materials, manuscript collections, and rare books. These collections are available to students and faculty for individual research and may be used as teaching tools. The collections are also frequently used for exhibitions in the College Gallery and public spaces throughout campus.

The Archives maintains valuable historical records of the College from its founding through the present, as well as an extensive photograph collection documenting campus activities and student life. Among Molloy's notable manuscript holdings are the Joan Roberts Papers, and our modest rare book collection features a facsimile edition of the Saint John's Bible.

The College fine art collection includes prints, drawings, paintings, and sculpture dating primarily from the 19th and 20th centuries. Art Exhibitions are held throughout the year in the Kellenberg Gallery. The Gallery sponsors exhibitions of local and national artists as well as providing opportunities each year for students and faculty art exhibitions.

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