` University Library
| ` Formally established shortly after 1410 and for many years housed in the Old Schools, the library moved to its present site on West Road in 1934. Until the mid-nineteenth century it was often referred to as 'The Public Library'. For more information on the present library go to: http://www.lib.cam.ac.uk/ and on its history: http://www.lib.cam.ac.uk/History/. For more detailed accounts see: J. C. T. Oates, Cambridge University Library: a history. From the beginnings to the Copyright Act of Queen Anne (Cambridge, 1986), David McKitterick, Cambridge University Library: a history. The eighteenth and nineteenth centuries (Cambridge, 1986) and P. K. Fox (ed.) Cambridge University Library - The Great Collections (Cambridge, 1998.) |
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