The DuPont Company on the Brandywine
This exhibit covers the history of the original DuPont Company gunpowder works in Delaware.
Delaware's Industrial Brandywine
Ongoing project to fully document businesses that benefited from the unique geography of the Brandywine River along its eight-mile stretch in Delaware
William du Pont, Jr.: Online Exhibit
An exhibit on the life William du Pont, Jr. and his contribution to the landscape of the Delaware Valley
William G. McGowan's MCI : 1968 to 1991
This online exhibit traces the life of William G. McGowan and his tenure at MCI.
Wawa: The 45th Anniversary Exhibit
The Hagley Library helps celebrate the 45th anniversary of Wawa, Inc. with this online exhibit of photographs and archival materials from the company’s public relations department.
Beer and Brewing History
Exhibit showcases material from the collections of the Hagley Museum and Library related to the history of beer and brewing in Delaware, Pennsylvania, and beyond.
A Bird's Eye View of the Delaware Valley: The Photography of the Dallin Aerial Survey Company
An online exhibit featuring select aerial images from Hagley's Dallin Company Collection.
Building the Lydonia II
Exhibit documents the construction and launch of the Lydonia II in nineteen photographs taken by the Pusey and Jones Company from April 1911 to May 1912.
Raymond Loewy: Designs for a Consumer Culture
Exhibit featuring the most prominent industrial designer of the twentieth century. He blended traditional styles with streamlining and European modernism, while satisfying Americans' taste for comfort and convenience.
An online exhibit exploring the careers of Thomas Lamb and Marc Harrison, pioneers in the field of universal design.
An exhibit documenting the life and accomplishments of one of the most prominent figures in pre-New Deal business and politics.
Digital exhibit based on Hagley's successful museum exhibit of the same name. Includes selections from our signifigant collections of material related America's World's Fairs and Expositions.
Exhibit featuring items from Hagley's library collection related to the history of patent medicine in the United States.