BRIEF SELF-GUIDED TOUR OF FIRESTONE LIBRARY: Academic year 2001-02
[This tour takes approximately 20 minutes to complete. ]
First (Main) Floor
 Third Floor
A Floor
B Floor
C Floor


First (Main) Floor:
1. Front lobby
    2. Past the entrance guard
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Third Floor (take the elevators or use the main staircase):
  • Collections - Latin and Greek Literature, Philosophy, Religion.

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  • African-American Studies Collection (3-9-D) - reading room & core collection on all aspects of African-American history and life.

  • A Floor (one level below the lobby):
  • Current periodicals - recent issues of several thousand magazines, periodicals, and scholarly journals are arranged by title along the left side of the study area; earlier issues are either bound and shelved by call number elsewhere in Firestone, or are available in the Microforms Service.

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  • Current newspapers - recent issues are shelved in the middle of the Reserve stack area; older issues are either on microfilm in the Microforms Service, available via the Internet, or we can attempt to borrow microfilm from another institution; consult reference librarians.

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  • Interlibrary Services (enter from the main corridor outside Reserve Services) - inquiries about materials needed for research that are not available at Princeton; reference librarians in any campus library can also assist you with placing a request.

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  • Statistical Data Lab (A-7-C; down the corridor beyond Interlibrary Services) - for personal consultations about data analysis; specialists are available for both drop-in assistance and by appointment.
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    B Floor (two levels below the lobby):
    C Floor (three levels below the lobby):
    Princeton University Library
    Fall 2000/mg
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