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Founded alongside Drexel in 1891, this collection offers more than 6,000 works, with a particular focus on 19th-century European art.  These historical paintings, prints, porcelain, furniture, silver, and clocks can be found on display in galleries, exhibits, and buildings throughout the University.
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One of the oldest, most esteemed of its type in the United States, this collection houses more than 14,000 textiles, garments, and accessories, ranging from Renaissance textiles to French couture and contemporary fashion. 
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Drexel is becoming the trustee of the collection of the former Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent. This wide-ranging collection of over 130,000 artifacts, works of art, photographs, and archival materials reflects 350 years of Philadelphia history.
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This is the collections repository for Drexel University's College of Medicine and its predecessor institutions, including the Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania — the first medical college for women in the world. 
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