The Library’s collection includes 305,000 print volumes, 555,000 microforms, and 8,258 current electronic and print serials subscriptions. Collection strengths are in the humanities and social sciences with more modest holdings in the sciences. Book acquisition primarily supports current course and qualifying exam requirements.
Strengths include CUNY dissertations; the most complete collection of Presidential Papers in New York City (in microform); and ERIC documents on microfiche.
Digital Murray Hill Explore New York City’s Murray Hill neighborhood through past and present images.
The Opening of the Erie Canal An online exhibit in collaboration with the Seymour B. Durst Old York Library.
Remember Me to Herald Square: Thirty-fourth Street from River to River. Images and descriptions of 34th street past and present.
Activist Women’s Activist Voices Archive, 1995 – 2000 is an Oral History Project and Archival project committed to documenting the voices of unheralded activist women in community-based organizations in New York City. The Collection is recently digitized and accessible at the Graduate Center library.
Deiro Finding Aid is an archival collection of materials related to the professional and personal lives of Guido Deiro (1886-1950), Pietro Deiro Sr. (1888-1954) and Pietro “Lee” Deiro Jr. (1913-1999).
Graduate School & University Center Archives Reports, correspondence, pamphlets, books, periodicals, and other materials documenting Graduate Center operations.