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Libraries -- Special Collections Baton Rouge, Louisiana | Thursday, April 24, 2014 Housed in historic Hill Memorial Library, the LSU Libraries’ Special Collections encompass a wide range of materials that may be used for research, education, and personal enjoyment. The library’s principle mission is to preserve the distinctive history and culture of Louisiana. To learn more about our various collecting areas, visit Collections & Centers. Special Collections is open to any and all, including undergraduates and the general public. University of Bergen Library The University of Bergen, including the University Library, has launched a new website with a new design. The "old" web pages will still be available for a limited period, but they will not be updated any more. Welcome to the library! Main objective of the library The main objective of the University library is to collect and make available information in order to contribute to improving the quality of the research, teaching and dissemination of knowledge that takes place at the University of Bergen. The University Library offers * Books, journals, pictures, maps, and manuscripts * Access to electronic resources: information databases, e-books, e-journals, etc. * Assistance in finding relevant information * Courses/instruction in how to use the library's collections and services * Learning resource centres with workstations with computers and AV equipment, and with network for connecting your own PC. More about the library

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Library | American Philosophical Society The entirety of the Franz Boas Papers is currently being digitized. This momentous project will provide unprecedented access to this large and important collection. The originals of the Franz Boas Papers will be closed to researchers beginning Sept. 17, 2012 and will remain closed until the end of 2014. Researchers visiting the library will be asked to use the microfilm, and orders for copies will be curtailed.For further information or for emergency requests, please contact manuscripts@amphilsoc.org.We apologize for the inconvenience during the digitization project. The American Philosophical Society Library is a major national center for research in the history of the sciences, medicine, and technology. Manuscript collections range from eighteenth-century natural history, American Indian linguistics and culture, to nuclear physics, computer development, and medical science. Information on making gifts to Library collections.

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