Cornell asian book collection
Below is a description of the primary units within Cornell University Library that contain rare books, archives, manuscripts, and other special collections. With more than , volumes and 70 million manuscripts, photographs, and other artifacts, the Rare and Manuscript Division features collections spanning 4, years, from cuneiform tablets to comic books. The Division is also home to Cornell University's Archives. Also located in the Carl A.
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The Carl A. Kroch Library
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Distributed between Olin and Uris Libraries, a single collection supports research and instruction at Cornell. While its principal focus is on the humanities and social sciences, its holdings also include select engineering and physical sciences materials. The Library Catalog provides locations and call numbers for materials held in all of the libraries. Among especially rich holdings are those of: the central Andean countries; classics; government; history of science; Icelandic studies; linguistics; literary and cultural studies; philosophy, criticism, and theory; and United States history.
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Kroch Library, Division of Asia Collections
Thanks to the generous support of the Cho family, the Cornell University Library offers a reading room for graduate students in the Asia programs, which also serves as a seminar room for classes that rely on close proximity to the Cho Room collections. This room is reserved for graduate level seminars level as well as occasional library-sponsored events, with priority given to Asia-related events. The Cho room offers wireless Internet access, a white board, and seating capacity for people around the conference table with a total room capacity of 21 chairs extra seating provided along the wall. There are 12 day lockers available to registered undergraduate and graduate students. No application is required; simply sign out a key at the Olin circulation desk.
Echols, professor of linguistics and literature in the Southeast Asia Program. Both men set a high standard of devotion to the collection, a devotion that has been emulated by many other members of the faculty and library staff over the following decades. The roots of the collection, however, reach back further in time to Charles Wason's collection of western language books on the Chinese that he donated to Cornell in
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