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Can I request material from the Peabody Library?

Last Updated: Aug 27, 2013  |  58 Views

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Items at the Peabody Library do not circulate. Patrons are encouraged to use the campus shuttle to visit the items in person. In rare cases, if the patron cannot go to the Peabody and if the condition of the Peabody item permits it, then items can be brought to Eisenhower to be viewed in Special Collections. There is normally one weekly delivery so requests need to be made no later than Thursday afternoon for Friday delivery, available for viewing on Monday in Special Collections (Special Collections is located on M-Level of the Brody Learning Commons). Requests should be made to Paul Espinosa or call 410-234-4943.

Please note that the Peabody Library is open to the public from 9am-5pm Tuesday - Thursday and from 9am-3pm on Friday.  The Peabody Library is closed on Monday and the weekend.

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