Located in the five flat glass display cases on the east side (facing College Street) of the Special Collections and Archives Department, is an exhibit featuring watercolor paintings and drawings by William Bartram (1739-1823) of birds, plants, and Native Americans in the Southeast.
The paintings and drawings come from William Bartram, 1739-1823: Watercolours and Drawings, Including Those Made in his Travels in Carolina, Georgia, & Florida in the 1770's. This is the facsimile Alecto Historical Edition published in 2003 and is a gift from Helen and Dwight Carlisle. When not on display, this work is housed in the Treasure Collection under call number folio QH 46 .B372 2003.
The Special Collections and Archives Department is located on the Ground Floor of the Ralph Brown Draughon Library.