The John Henrik Clarke Library provides a special collection focusing on the history and culture of people of African ancestry.
Mann Library is one of the premier academic libraries in the United States in the areas of agriculture and human ecology, and its biology collection is also world-class.
A collection of machine-readable social and economic data sets from the Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research, consisting of over 16,000 online files and thousand of studies.
Gateway to one of the largest libraries in the world, including online search features and access to linked databases and web sites for the Cornell community
Their primary mission is to provide resources in all formats and services which stimulate and respond to the informational needs and activities of the students, faculty, and staff of the College of Engineering.
The Comstock Memorial Library focuses on general and applied entomology; related areas include parasitology, medical entomology, ecology, zoological nomenclature, and allied orders of arthropods. The library has a number of reprints, a collection of the departmental theses, and rare books.
Cornell's main source for information on architecture and the visual arts. The Fine Arts Library supports instruction in the College of Architecture, Art and Planning and the Department of the History of Art.
The Nestlé Library has one of the largest single collections of hospitality related materials in the world. Subjects covered include travel/tourism, lodging, restaurants, meetings and conventions and cooking.
The Catherwood Library offers government documents and public policy position papers, the library specializes in acquiring and making available materials which encompass any and all aspects of the employer-employee relationship.
Includes online access to the entire US Code, proceedings of international bodies, and numerous legal research guides.
The general collection supports the research and curriculum of the Cornell University Johnson Graduate School of Management.
Print and digital books, electronic journals, access to online databases, and other items of interest to mathematics researchers at Cornell University.
The Herbert F. Johnson Museum has one of the finest collections of art in New York State and is recognized as one of the most important university museums in the country.
There are four vertebrate collections within the museum; ichthyology, herpetology, ornithology, and mammalogy.
The Music Library includes a collection of printed music, sound and visual recordings, and writings about music and dance consisting primarily of Western art music and dance, but also includes a representative body of non-Western, folk, and popular musics.
Gateway to classes, services, collections, and facilities offered by Cornell's flagship research and undergraduate libraries.
Units that are concerned with conservation treatment, consisting of Collections Conservation, Book Repair, Preparations, Conservation Liaison, Book and Paper Conservation and units generally concerned with reformatting, consisting of the Brittle Books Program, Scanning and Digitization, Preservation Microfilm, and the Commercial Binding Office and Preparations.
In addition to the Cornell University Archives, the RMC supports research in medieval and Renaissance studies, the Reformation, 18th-century France and England, American history, Anglo-American literature, Icelandic history and culture, the history of science, women's studies, medicine, ornithology, witchcraft, human sexuality, the graphic arts, New York state history and agriculture, and architecture and city planning.
The Roswell P. Flower-Isidor I. and Sylvia M. Sprecher Library maintains a collection of print and non-print resources about veterinary medicine, human medicine, and related biomedical fields.
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