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Kranzberg Art & Architecture Library

Two-story tall space with windows along the right wall, tables, and library stacks along the left wall.

The Kenneth and Nancy Kranzberg Art & Architecture Library, located on the lower level of the Museum, holds more than 105,000 volumes in various media, and subscribes to the foremost electronic article indexes, e-book reference works, and digital image databases.

Art Special Collections is a 3,600 volume collection of rare and unique art and design printed materials located at the Kranzberg Art & Architecture Library. The main focus is illustrated books, prints, and photographs from the 18th and 19th centuries.

Students have access to these primary sources as part of their curriculum. This collection continues to grow based upon the teaching and research needs of faculty in the Sam Fox School and the Department of Art History & Archaeology in Arts & Sciences.