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The Lewis Walpole Library welcomes questions and comments about its collections and resources, research, programs, and the Library itself.

Staff at the Lewis Walpole Library are available to assist researchers in identifying and using materials in the Lewis Walpole Library during its open hours. Researchers are also encouraged to contact the Library in advance to schedule an appointment with the appropriate curator or subject specialist.

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Please send reference inquiries, informational questions, or provide feedback via:

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The Library makes every effort to respond to reference inquiries within 24 hours during open hours.

Primary responsibility for particular collections and resources in the Library are as follows:

A full staff directory is available by clicking here.

Photoduplication/Rights & Reproductions

To place a request for digital images, microfilm, or copyflo of collection items, please refer to Rights and Reproductions--Policy and Ordering Instructions, (click here). The Library no longer provides photographs or slides. The Library will, upon request, make reproductions for personal study and research. Depending upon the format and age of the material, the Library may either photocopy or digitally capture the item requested. Any photoduplication is subject to approval. For a price schedule, please click here.

Whom we serve

The Lewis Walpole Library will respond to all questions pertianing specifically to the Library, its collections, resources, research, programs, or policies. The full range of reference services is offered to members of the Yale community. The Library does not answer general reference questions that do not pertain to the Library's collection submitted by non-affiliates.

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