Join us for a guided tour of our WWI exhibits
Visit the Newberry at 11 am on Saturday, Oct. 11, for a curator-led tour of two linked WWI exhibits currently on display in our galleries.
Library to close at 4pm on Wednesday, October 8
The Newberry will close one hour early, at 4pm, on Wednesday, October 8, for a staff event. Patrons should submit their requests for materials from the stacks by 3pm on that day. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Listen to Neil Steinberg and Thomas Dyja in conversation
Writers Neil Steinberg and Thomas Dyja recently discussed Chicago’s place in American culture at the Newberry. Listen here.
Apply for a Newberry fellowship
We are currently accepting applications for both Short- and Long-Term Fellowships. Learn more about Newberry Fellowships.
Newberry blog takes Tumblr by storm
Follow the Newberry’s major grant-funded project to catalog thousands of items related to printing and print history.
Registration for tonight's "Conversation" closed, but walk-in seating available
Registration for tonight’s “Conversation at the Newberry” has closed, but plenty of seats will be open for walk-in visitors.
First public tour of WWI exhibitions tonight
Join co-curator Rachel Bohlmann tonight at 6 for a guided tour of our WWI exhibits.
Rachel Bohlmann discusses WWI at the Newberry
Listen to Rachel Bohlmann discuss the opening of two linked WWI exhibitions at the Newberry on WBEZ’s “Morning Shift.”
A fond farewell to Jim Wells
New Newberry blog, "Dear Walter," has launched
“Walter L. Newberry,” a warped version of our founder, answers readers’ questions and dispenses advice in his new blog.