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Cambridge Libraries

Address: Silver Street, Cambridge, CB3 9ET
Telephone: (3)35549/50
Online Catalogue: iDiscover
Location map: University Map
Staff: Fellow Librarian: Dr T. Eggington
Library Assistant: Ms Lise Field
Rare Books Curator (maternity cover): Ms Emma Sibbald, MA (Hons), MSt (
Reader Services Librarian: Mr Harry Bartholomew, BA Hons, MA (
Admits: The student library is open to all college members and others on request. The Old Library admits all who have a research need.
Stock: 35,000 books in subjects relating to all undergraduate tripos subjects and some taught masters courses.
Special collections: Built in 1448 Queens' Old Library contains c40,000 titles dating from the 15th to 19th centuries. Includes 22 Western mss and 13 oriental mss as well as the library of Thomas Smith, Elizabethan statesman and humanist.
Services: Lapwing/Eduroam wireless access enables portable computers to be used in the library. We also have photocopying/Scanning facilities and offer a comb binding service for student dissertations.
Opening hours: Term: Mon-Sun 7am to 2am

Easter Term: Mon-Sun 7am to 3am

Vacation: Mon-Sun 7am to 2am

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