Alphabetical list of holdings and information on workstations.
Gateway to information on all libraries and collections of Yale University.
Established in the late 1860s, it contains approximately 100,000 volumes on architecture, painting, graphic design, urban planning, and the history of art and architecture.
Information on collections, services, electronic resources and request forms.
Includes collections of music scores, sound recordings and music research materials.
Collection covers Greek and Latin literature, philology, mythology, paleography, textual criticism, and epigraphy, as well as ancient history, law, religion, philosophy, science, archaeology and art.
Provides access for the Yale community to the University library's most intensively used materials, including titles on open reserve during academic terms for undergraduate and graduate level courses.
Overview of collections plus information on Ministry Resource Center, digital projects, exhibitions, publications, hours, directions and access.
Includes significant unpublished collections of diplomatic documents and related papers for the second half of the fifteenth century held in western European archives and libraries.
Holdings include eighteenth-century English books, manuscripts, prints, drawings, watercolors and paintings.