If something in the Library Catalog says it is available at a particular library, do I need anything more than the Call Number to find it?
Last Updated: Aug 31, 2018     Views: 61

In the following two examples on the topic of writing about history, you'll see that the Library Catalog records show the Library, Call Number and any special location within the Library. If you need assistance finding a special location, ask at the Service Desk in the Library that holds the book.

The first book record for A short guide to writing about history, shows the book would be found in the Central Library general stacks at D13 .M294 2012.

The second book, Reading, thinking, and writing about history, would be found at Peabody Library, Call Number LB1582 .U6 M66  2014, in their Curriculum Materials Center. 

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