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The Fiske Kimball Fine Arts Library, a branch of the University Library system, is part of the School of Architecture. The collections consisting of 139,000 volumes, 187,000 slides, and various kinds of technical reports, cover all subjects related to architecture, landscape architecture, architectural history, planning, and the visual and performing arts. The Fine Arts Library provides its patrons access to all other University Library resources including very extensive collections of government documents, maps, video recordings, rare books, manuscripts, and many hundreds of on-line databases as well as a gateway to the Internet. Special emphasis is placed on teaching students and faculty to find needed information utilizing on-line electronic resources. Reference services are provided to the entire University community and to the arts and architecture practitioners throughout the Commonwealth.
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