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See the Using the Catalogs section of this guide for more information on Bob Cat.
The manuscript department's online catalog records employ the same call phrases as the card catalog.
A small portion of the Library’s printed collections are now stored offsite.
Any item with the designation of “Offsite” on a catalog record may be requested for onsite use in the Library’s reading room.
Other subscription databases include American National Biography, American Periodical Series, Ancestry.com, Grove Art Online, Harper's Weekly, Journal of American History, JSTOR Early Journal Content, New York Online Virtual Library, Oxford English Dictionary, and Pro Quest Historical Newspapers New York Times. This guide covers the years 1775 to 1783, with the inevitable steps forward and backward.
Researchers in the reading room should be sure to check both the online and card catalogs for the manuscript department.
Please keep in mind that the collections are divided into three main areas—general printed collections; manuscripts; and prints, photographs and architectural drawings—and that the librarians and curators in each of those areas are the best guides to the collections.
This guide is meant as a complement to the assistance provided by those librarians and curators, so please be sure to approach them with any specific questions you may have.
Funds for recent collections acquisitions have been provided, in part, by the PECO Foundation, Helen and Robert Appel, Richard Brown, and William Beekman. Klingenstein Library's collections are available through the Klingenstein Library's online catalog.
Please contact the reference staff if you have any questions or are not finding what you are looking for.