The Mapping Indiana Territory exhibit was as part of the Indiana University 2017 Themester, "Diversity - Difference - Otherness."

The images from the Women in Archaeology exhibit were pulled from the Glenn A. Black Laboratory Historic Image Collection. The Historic Image Collection is comprised of over 12,000 photographic prints, 9,000 negatives, 8,200 slides, 50 glass plate images, and 100 16mm film reels documenting the history of archaeological work in Indiana and the Midwest since at least the 1920s, including over 75 years of the Angel Mounds excavations.

The GBL is currently working on a preservation and digitization project, and a majority of the images will be available to view through Indiana University's Image Collections Online in the near future.