The Lindsey Wilson College Archives contains:
If you have any questions regarding the materials available, please contact the library for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 270-384-8102.
The Clark Reading Room houses a selection of Dr. Thomas D. Clark books and the Dr. Douglas and Bettie Jean Moseley Library of Presidential Biographies and Writings, as well as a selection of books with Kentucky topics.
The Clark Reading Room is also used for symposiums, honors, clubs, and various other meetings that groups and departments can reserve. There is a projection screen available for presentations. It is also known by students as the "couch room," which is a favorite study space for students.
The General Collection contains books in any subject you can think of! Feel free to walk through the shelf ranges and see what piques your interest!
If you want to search something specific, utilize our Library Catalog.
To learn about the classification system we use OR to generally browse subjects, check out our Library of Congress Classification guide.
Periodicals are a collective term to describe newspapers, popular magazines, and some journals. You can find them as part of the Pop Culture section of the library.
The Juvenile Literature and Curriculum Room is set aside to be used by but not limited to education majors. It houses thousands of books that include Newberry and Caldecott winners, graphic novels, young adult novels, curriculum books, manipulatives, musical instruments, and educational games. The library receives books monthly from the Junior Library Guild to be added to this collection.
The Pop Culture section of the library contains: