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Rudolph Hall & The Loria Center for the History of Art

 

About the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library
 
Bridging Paul Rudolph Hall and the Jeffrey H. Loria Center for the History of Art, the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library provides collections and research services to the schools of Art, Architecture, and Drama, as well as the Department of the History of Art and the Yale University Art Gallery.
 
On-site, the library contains approximately 125,000 volumes, plus related rare and unique materials in the Arts Library Special Collections (ALSC). The circulating materials in Haas related to the visual arts have been carefully curated to support the research, teach- ing, and learning needs of the library’s constituency and include image-heavy, limited edition, and out-of-print books about art and architecture. The Haas drama collections provide primary support to the production design needs of the School of Drama.
 

Welcome to Art History Research

This guide will help you navigate the many resources in the Haas Arts Library and other Yale libraries containing art history-related materials. Each collection has unique access and circulation policies. Please visit the individual websites for more information.

SEE MAP BELOW FOR LIBRARY LOCATIONS

Find materials in the above libraries and collections in ORBIS, Yale's online library catalog.  Follow this link to find other library catalogs outside of the Yale system.

Arts Librarian

Lindsay King
Contact:
Interim Assistant Director for Public Services,
Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library
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