About the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library
The Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library is located in the newly renovated Paul Rudolph Hall and the newly constructed Jeffrey Loria Center for the History of Art, designed by Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Architects. The Haas Family Arts Library brings together the collections, staff, and other resources previously distributed across the Yale campus.
It houses the former Art + Architecture and Drama library collections and the Arts of the Book Collection, as well as staff and services for the Visual Resources Collection. On site, the library contains approximately 125,000 volumes on art, architecture, drama, as well as related rare and unique materials. It serves as the working library for the schools of Art, Architecture, and Drama as well as the Department of the History of Art and the Yale University Art Gallery.
This guide will help you navigate the many resources in the Haas Arts Library and other Yale libraries containing art-related materials. Each collection has unique access and circulation policies. Please visit the individual websites for more information.
SEE MAP BELOW FOR LIBRARY LOCATIONS
- Robert Haas Family Arts Library, 180 York Street Stacks Map
- Yale Center for British Art Reference Library, 1080 Chapel Street
- Classics Library, Phelps Hall
- Sterling Memorial Library, 120 High Street
- Bass Library
- Manuscripts & Archives, Sterling Memorial Library
- Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscripts Library, 121 Wall Street
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