About The Central Libraries
The Central Libraries Special Collections are home to rare and unique resources spanning from a 4th century facsimile to artist books published in this current year. With over 48,000 volumes, the collection covers a wide range of disciplines in rare books, manuscripts, books arts, scholars’ libraries, archives, early printed music and more.
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Rare Books Collection
The Central Libraries Rare Books Collection is home to some of the oldest and most unique items in the university's vast collections. Dating from the 15th to the 18th centuries, these works include religious commentaries, medical texts, early almanacs and a first edition of Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations.