There are four individually designed and custom-made display cases in the College library.
The first case is installed in the Lower Library and exhibits the findings from the archaeological dig in the Provost’s garden. The second case is part of the Peet Library and cases three and four are in the New Library itself. The smallest case is used on a rotational basis to display the library's 'book of the month' and the larger one is outside the Feinberg Room (the Historic Collections Reading Room) and is currently being used to display part of the exhibition entitled ‘Liquid Legacies’, curated by Robin Hobbs. The second part of this exhibition is displayed in the Upper Library display case which was donated by the Wooding family in memory of Jack Wooding (Modern History and Politics, 2003).