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Gerbi Art Titles
The Gerbi family donated to the Grace Doherty Library a number of Art Books and Pamphlets. Most of these materials were cataloged and can be found by title in the main stacks collection. Those materials that were deemed too fragile to withstand handling in our main collection have been housed in a protected location in the library. If you should need to see one of these materials, please ask a librarian for assistance. You can find a list of all of the un-cataloged Gerbi materials at this link to the record in our online cataloge:
Uncataloged Gergi titles
Examples of subject headings:
Note the numerous sub-headings when searching the history of a particular country. Many refer to specific time periods.
Useful Call Numbers
- AM 1-501 Museums. Collectors and collecting
- N Visual Arts
- NA Architecture
- NB Sculpture
- NC Drawing. Design. Illustration
- ND Painting
- NE Print Media
- NK Decorative Arts
- NX Arts in general
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