Libraries & Archives Research Appointment Request Form
So that we may better serve your research needs, please search the following resources to identify the materials you want before requesting an appointment:

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The Archives Collections’ finding aids:
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The Libraries & Archives are available to all researchers on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, 1–4:30 pm, by appointment only. Because of the high number of inquiries we receive, it may take over a month for us to reply. We consider each request carefully and respond as quickly as possible. After replying, we will work with you to schedule an appointment one to two weeks in advance.
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If you've already identified which item(s) you need, please list below.

For Archives provide: collection, series, and folder titles.
For Libraries provide: title, call number, and catalog record link.

Archives Examples:
Culin Archival collection, General correspondence [1.3.145].
Department of Painting & Sculpture records: Objects. Purchases accepted (file #1343), 1947-1952.
Department of Painting & Sculpture records: Exhibitions. Jenny Holzer: Signs and Benches. Grand Lobby Project. [05/05/1988 - 07/18/1988]. [01] and [Photographs].

Libraries Examples:
Radical presence : black performance in contemporary art -
Some aspects of the precinct of the goddess Mut in the New Kingdom -
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