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I want to look at a book, but the catalog says it's at the Garrett Library. How can I view it?

Last Updated: Aug 27, 2013  |  41 Views

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The John Work Garrett Library is open to researchers by appointment only, so contact Special Collections staff if there is a title you would like to consult.  You may also contact staff directly at 410-516-8348. On occasion, books from the Garrett Library are brought to Special Collections in the Brody Learning Commons for consultation, but such transport may take a few weeks to arrange.

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