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Cambridge Libraries

Address: Trinity Lane, Cambridge, CB2 1TJ
Telephone: (3)32546 (Head of Library Services), (7)64464 (Deputy Librarian)
Online Catalogue: iDiscover
Location map: University Map
Staff: Head of Library Services: Jenni Lecky-Thompson, MA, MCLIP, FHEA (
Deputy Librarian: Sophie Pittock, B.A.
College Archivist: Alexandra Browne
Admits: The library is open to Fellows, Junior members of Trinity Hall (undergraduate and current graduate students) and College staff. The library is not open to partners or spouses of members of College, alumni, members of other colleges or visitors. However, graduate and undergraduate students of Cambridge University may be admitted to consult a particular book, at the discretion of the Head of Library Services.
Stock: 28,000 monographs. 300 DVDs and CDs.
Special collections: Larman Collection: Tudor and Stuart history. Strangman Collection: 18th and 19th century English literature private press books. Trinity Hall Collection: books by or about members of the College. Old Library: holdings include manuscripts, incunabula, early law collection.
Services: Study tables with sockets for laptops. Wireless access. Computer Room. Photocopier. Scanner.
Opening hours: Term: Mon-Sun open all hours

Vacation: Mon-Sun open all hours Open 24 hours a day 365 days a year

Publications: Trinity Hall: the story of the library, by Lavinia Hinton (Cambridge: Trinity Hall, 2000)

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