Grace Livingston Hill Exhibit

The first-ever Grace Livingston Hill exhibit opened on October 6, 2012 at Cairn University in Langhorne, PA. 

The roots of this school go back to Grace's day, when a memorial library was established in her memory in 1948. This exhibit coincided with the University's Homecoming Celebration and was the inaugural exhibit of their new museum gallery.

On display were several of Grace's books, a pen used to sign book contracts and a few original contracts, too. Letters, cover art, and Grace's own Bible were also part of the exhibit. And best of all—an oil painting by artist Walter Stewart. Mr. Stewart painted many of the oils used for early GLH dust jackets and knew Grace personally. This lovely portrait is the only color image known to exist. The family photos in Grace's albums are all black-and-white, so this is truly a treasure.

The opening of the exhibit featured two lectures by Grace's grandson, Robert Munce and was very well attended! While the exhibit is now closed, you can find more details at the Cairn University website's article Masland Library Presents Grace Livingston Hill Collection.