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Explore digital exhibitions curated by Special Collections staff and Queen's academics. The creation of exhibitions to accompany our unique collections is an ongoing process and new exhibitions will be added regularly. 

Lanyon Building, Queen's University Belfast
Queen's Buildings, 1998-2023
Developments since the signing of the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement
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Denis Hempson playing the Irish harp.
The Edward Bunting Exhibition
A Major Collection of Irish Music and Song
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Robert Hart and his family in Ireland.
Sir Robert Hart 1835-1911
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Anatomical profile of head representing Samuel Simms Exhibition.
Samuel Simms Medical Texts
A journey through the history of medicine
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Page from a Children's book from the Thyne Reid Australian Collection.
Children's Literature & Education
19th Century Ireland and Australia
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Three women and a man sitting around a table chatting.19th century. Somerville painting.
Somerville & Ross
A Lasting Legacy
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Group of children in an alley in 19th century Belfast, many barefoot.
Surviving the City
Poverty and Public Health in Belfast, 1888-1914
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Mrs Elizabeth Hamilton
Ireland and the Colonies
Special Collections books and manuscripts
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Lalla Rookh.
The Tales and Travels of Lalla Rookh
A Thomas Moore creation
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Portrait of Thomas Moore.
Moore's Irish Melodies in Europe
Thomas Moore's publications across Europe
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