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Partners in Research
Library experts are embedded at critical points in the research lifecycle providing collections, information resources, innovative tools and services to support scholarly inquiry.
Contact a subject librarian for specialized help in any discipline. Each major has its own librarian who specializes in your subject area and supports your research.
Get started on your research with sources and help brought to you by subject librarians.
Find a library database for your research that has been selected by a subject librarian.
Find books, journals, magazines, newspapers, audio and video, music scores, maps and more in the catalog.
Explore medieval manuscripts, a glossary of Dr. Seuss terms, or 1950s films documenting campus life.
Come visit to see artists' books, catalogue raisonnes, brittle books and other rare items.
The East Asian Room in Baker-Berry Library is the home for the collections of Chinese, Japanese and Korean language materials.
Correspondence, manuscripts, typescripts, galley proofs, appointments, and more from this famous poet and Dartmouth alum.
A rich source for the study of the art and craft of printing and book design, the collection also contains Nash’s calligraphy collection and personal and professional papers.
An exceptionally rich body of material for research on the history of both the Antarctic and the Arctic.
Includes Seuss' advertising artwork, a line of Hallmark cards, original artworks, and even US Army pamphlets.