Leeds University Library
Welcome to the Leeds University Library WWW pages Leeds University Library is one of the largest University Libraries in the United Kingdom, with a stock of over 2.3 million volumes. It supports the University's research and teaching across a full range of subjects (arts and social sciences, science and engineering, medicine and dentistry). The Library is a member of CURL (the Consortium of University Research Libraries) and of RLG (the Research Libraries Group of America) .
There are 6 sites:
Information is available about: Recent issues of the Library's Recent Accessions list are available on WWW.
- The Brotherton Library, opened in 1936, houses the main collections in arts and social sciences and Special Collections which include the Brotherton Collection and other specialised collections such as Cookery, Anglo-French, Romany and Quaker material, and the Liddle Collection of First World War materials.
- The Edward Boyle Library, opened in 1975, houses the Student Library and the main collections in science and engineering.
- The Medical and Dental Library and the St James's Hospital Medical Library support research and teaching in Medicine and Dentistry
- The Law Library supports research and teaching in the Faculty of Law
- The Clothworkers' Library supports research and teaching in the Department of Textile Industries.
To: a list of other libraries' WWW servers
To: UKOLN: THE Office for Library and Information Networking's WWW home page (provides links to other related services).
To: University of Leeds home page
This information was last updated 14 October 1994, and is maintained by Pam Davies
It has been reconstructed 30th March 1999 from a printout of the page of that date as a historical record of the Library web page within three months of its beginnings. pmd