William L. Clements Library 
909 South University Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1190

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Helen Harding 
The University of Michigan Clements Library 

Guided Tour of the Clements Library 

Join us for a guided tour to learn more about the Clements' early American history collections. Highlights include an exhibit celebrating the Clements Centennial, Benjamin West's iconic painting "Death of General Wolfe," a Revolutionary War-era trunk that once housed General Gage's papers, and an exhibit celebrating the Clements centennial!

Visitor Info

E-metered parking is available on Tappan and S. State Street.  Public parking is available at the S. Forest Parking Structure.

Masks are encouraged.

Arrive at our North Entrance (glass vestibule) that faces the Hatcher Graduate Library tower to check-in for your tour. This entrance is accessible and an elevator is available to move between floors. Please note that during the seated portion most chairs have wheels with no arms, but there are a limited number of stationary chairs available.

We want to ensure full and equitable participation in our events. If an accommodation would promote your full participation, please indicate your accommodation requirements when registering.