The exhibit presents a variety of scholarly works examining Leibniz's philosophical and mathematical ideas.
The exhibit contains editions of some of Leibniz's work from the early 18th century, including a 1744 edition of The Theodicy. Another volume on display has an illustration of the calculating machine. There are also dissertations and monographs on Leibniz's work from German universities dating from the late 18th and early 19th centuries on display. In addition, there is an original letter written to Leibniz in 1711 with annotations by Leibniz. Further, there is a recent monograph written by Dr. Rescher about Leibniz, his work in cryptography, and the process Dr. Rescher used to reconstruct the machine.
The Leibnizhaus is illustrated below.
The exhibit also displays a letter sent to Leibniz by a German scientist named Hansche. This letter has handwritten commentary by Leibniz and is dated 1711.