Rare Books/Special Collections in NON-ARL Libraries
Research about Rare Books and Special Collections as a field is often restricted to surveying Association of Research Libraries members because that list is readily available.

Let's change that. The best way to begin to be counted more accurately is to compile another list of institutions that have rare books/special collections, but are NOT ARL Libraries. THIS LIST WILL BE MADE FREELY AVAILABLE for anyone to use for research.

I am seeking collections that include Rare Books/Special Collections and Archives, but not solely archives.

--Lynne M. Thomas
Head of Special Collections and Curator, Rare Books and Special Collections, Northern Illinois University

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