There were 616 documents on 215 boards on the exhibition, chosen using chronological method, historical significance, scientific, cultural and artistic values.
Copies of the documents were made for the exhibition, which were, due to their authenticity, identical to the originals. On the exhibition there were exposed the most significant and most precious documents which reveal our rich past, bounded by geographical area: today's Vojvodina, Danube Banovina, Bács-Bodrog, Torontál, Timiș and Srem Counties, Voivodeship of Serbia and Banat of Temeschwar and all the areas of Habsburg Monarchy on which used to live Serbs in different state and legal territories, civil systems and religious communities.
Exposed documents (charters, diplomas, decrees, resolutions, ordinations, announcements, cadastre plans, projects, maps, notary record, letters, photos, etc.) cover period from 1565 (the oldest document in the Archives) to 1970.