How can I access microfilm collections held in Special Collections?
Answered By: Susan Kirkpatrick Last Updated: May 10, 2017 Views: 43
Microfilm collections held in Special Collection are available for consultation only, and are viewed using the dedicated microfilm reader in the Special Collections’ Seminar Room. Readers wanting to consult the material should contact firstname.lastname@example.org in advance in order to book the microfilm reader and advise staff as to the material they wish to consult. Access to our microfilm collections is subject to the same guidelines as access to any other Special Collections’ material and an ‘Application to Consult Manuscript Material’ form will need to be completed at the time of your first visit.
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