The Armitt Collection
Integrates the resources found in educational galleries, museums, and libraries. Designed for scholarly and entertainment purposes. Located in Ambleside, Cumbria.
Presents the oldest public library in the English-speaking world. Offers materials to readers and visitors for free.
The Denver Zine Library
Information on how to avail of the services of this library. Presents catalogs and details of accommodation.
The Grolier Club Library
Dedicated to foster learning and book arts. Gives details of programs and upcoming events. Located in New York City.
The Huntington Library
Official site offers an overview of the collection, a schedule of exhibitions, visitor resources, membership, and a list of publications.
Jessie Street National Women's Library
Self-funding, volunteer-run library provides materials about women and women's issues. Includes catalogue search, archived newsletters, membership form, events, directions, and resource links. Located in Sydney, NSW, Australia.
An Independent subscription library serving the needs of scholars by lending books for use at home.
Open library welcomes scholars and students to its collections of over 25,000 books pertaining to information from different academic epochs.
Marx Memorial Library
Resource for books, pamphlets, and writings related to Marxism and the science of Socialism.
Features a library and a chess room, and presents books discussions with local historians and writers.
Independent research library concentrating in the humanities with an active educational and cultural presence in Chicago.
Founded in 1747, the Redwood is the oldest continuously circulating library in America.
Village Learning Place
Offers a variety of educational resources for learners of all ages. Features over 15,000 book collections.
Contains collections of books, manuscripts, films, paintings, chronicling the history of medicine.
The world's oldest Holocaust memorial institution provides information on collections, research, and archives.