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Information for Visitors
The Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections welcomes students, scholars, and members of the general public. If you are visiting Cornell to access rare books and manuscript materials, the information below will help you answer logistical questions.
Register and request materials before you visit. A few items in our collections require an appointment to see and many of our items are stored off-site and require at least one business day to retrieve. Therefore, we encourage you to register and request material in advance (two weeks for standard requests, earlier for large projects). This way, we can help you to optimize your research time at Cornell.
Click the “Register & Request Items” link at the left and follow the directions. This creates a personal research account that you may use to request materials in advance of your visit. It also will allow you to store a complete record of your requests and make it simple to re-request an item. In the process, you’ll read our guidelines for use of materials here.
For step by step instructions on requesting materials, see Registration Procedures. If you have questions prior to your visit, please contact us.
Present photo identification when you arrive.
We are wheelchair accessible. Our hours and contact information are listed to the left.
Please do not bring food or drinks with you when you visit us.
The Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections is located on Level 2B of the Carl A. Kroch Library. Access is through Olin Library on the Cornell University campus (view a map).
Upon entering Olin Library, walk directly ahead toward the green slate hallway where you will enter the Carl A. Kroch Library. Pass the Asia Collections (on your left) and proceed to the rotunda. Just beyond the rotunda, take either the elevator (to your right) or the stairs (straight ahead) down two levels to level 2B. The receptionist will point out our lockers for storing your belongings and direct you to the reference room, exhibition gallery, or meeting rooms.
For more information, see Finding Materials and Frequently Asked Questions.