|Sterling Memorial Library
Geographically comprehensive collections consisting of over 200,000 map sheets, 3,000 atlases and 900 reference books, including approximately 15,000 rare (pre-1850) sheet maps that primarily pertain to North America, the United States and New England.
Comprised of subjects relating to Africa, East Asia, Judaica, Latin America, Near East, Slavic and Eastern Europe, and Southeast Asia.
Major microform collections, including U.S. Federal Census Schedules,1790-1920, newspapers and government documents.
The largest library on the Yale campus housing approximately 4 million volumes.
Contains both examples of, and reference materials about, the arts related to the book. Information on topics such as binding, book history, illustration, calligraphy, graphic design, paper making and decorative papers, typography and other subjects.
The largest assemblage of cuneiform inscriptions in the United States, the collection includes inscribed clay tablets, inscribed monuments, stamp and cylinder seals.
A collection of over 4,100 videotaped interviews with witnesses and survivors of the Holocaust.