The Marquand Library of Art and Archaeology is located in McCormick Hall. From the Marquand website: "We now collect in all fields of art and architectural history, artistic photography, and several new fields of archaeology including Islamic and pre-Columbian. We collect in most languages and formats, including microforms, CDs, and electronic resources. We now buy more materials in American, third world, and contemporary art. The collection has grown to some 400,000 volumes total in Marquand and off-site (Annex A and ReCAP)."
Marquand's distinguished collection of 15th through 21st-century rare books, periodicals, scrolls, facsimiles, and ephemera appear in the catalog with the locations: SAX Marquand Rare Books and RECAP Marquand Rare Use Only. For more information visit Marquand's rare books page.
The library is open to all members of the Princeton community and visiting scholars every day of the year except for four holidays. Application for assigned carrels or shelves for School of Architecture graduate students may be made with an online form.