Can Hopkins affiliates use the Library of Congress?


The Library of Congress (LC) is one of the world's largest libraries. Located in Washington, DC,it is most useful as a supplement to research begun at the JH Libraries.LC has a vast collection of databases and e-resources, most of which are accessible in person only, at the Library.

Formal research orientation classes are offered regularly by librarians in the Humanities and Social Sciences Division of LC.

Accessing LC Collections

If you have questions, please speak to one of the the librarians at the Sheridan Library DC for guidance before your trip.

Access to Librarians at LC

LC's area studies librarians are scholars in their respective areas and can serve as a vital resources for difficult-to-find materials. LC also also has other specialized collections with unique support for researchers. See Research and Reference Services for more information.

  • Last Updated Aug 18, 2023
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