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The Center for Research Libraries serves as a library's library acquiring, storing and making available infrequently used library research materials in all languages and subjects. Strengths of CRL's collection include rarely held journals, foreign and domestic newspapers, and foreign doctoral dissertations. Materials identified through CRL's catalog may be obtained through interlibrary loan. CRL's Foreign Doctoral Dissertations Database
Eighteenth Century Collections Online delivers every significant English-language and foreign-language title printed in Great Britain during the eighteenth century, along with thousands of important works from the Americas. Eighteenth Century Collections Online includes a variety of materials -- from books and directories, Bibles, sheet music and sermons to advertisements -- and works by many well-known and lesser-known authors. Included are works from women writers of the eighteenth century; collections on the French Revolution; and numerous editions of the works of Shakespeare. Multiple editions of each individual work are offered to enable scholars to make textual comparisons of the works.
The Library of Congress Catalog provides access to bibliographic records for LC's collection of books, motion pictures, sound recordings and scores, maps, and computer files.
The print NUCMC (Z6620.U5 N3 Knight Reference) provides descriptions of approximately 72,300 collections located in 1406 different repositories with approximately 1,085,000 index references to topical subjects and personal, family, corporate, and geographic names. The 29th and final NUCMC volume was released in 1994. Cataloging for the volumes from 1986/87 to 1993 are also available at the link above.
The Nineteenth Century Short Title Catalogue provides complete listings of British books printed between 1801 and 1919. British books are considered to be those published in Britain and its colonies, the United States, all books in English wherever published, and all translations into English. The 19th Century STC is available on a public workstation in the Reference Department, Knight Library.