Butler Digital History

Butler Digital History

This site has been put together collaboratively by Butler University students, library faculty, and staff. These exhibits and collections feature digitized items from Butler University Library.

Browse Exhibits (5 total)

Physicians Assistant 20th Anniversary

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Welcome back to Butler! We're excited to have you here to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the PA program. 


Irwin Library 50th Anniversary


Welcome to the Irwin Library 50th Anniversary exhibit! As members of the Butler community, we have been extremely fortunate to partake in this wonderful and historical place known as Irwin Library. Please enter the exhibit to rediscover the past and present of Irwin and to imagine Irwin's vision for the future. Thank you!

Indiana Bicentennial


Butler University is pleased to find itself well represented in Indiana's 200: The People Who Shaped the Hoosier State, which was published to celebrate Indiana's bicentennial. Among the individuals selected as those who have "made enduring contributions to the state in its two-hundred-year history" are Butler students, alumni, faculty, and administrators, as well as donors who have contributed so much to the University. This exhibition highlights those individuals selected for Indiana's 200 who have close ties to Butler University and prominently represent the institution.

Tony Hinkle and His Fieldhouse


Welcome to Hinkle Fieldhouse, Indiana's Basketball Cathedral. This building, humble by today's standards, has been a defining feature of and a point of pride for our campus since Butler University first moved to Indianapolis' north side in the 1920s. Join us to learn about Hinkle through the ages, and meet the man who gave the Fieldhouse its name: Paul D. "Tony" Hinkle, the legendary coach and athletic director who served Butler for more than 70 years. 

Butler Tree Hunt


Explore Butler's grounds with us as we hunt down 50 species of trees!