Architecture and Landscape Architecture Scope
The Eberly Family Special Collections Library's holdings encompass a wide range of materials dealing with architecture and landscape architecture. Photographs, drawing plans, correspondence, and personal papers all give great insight into the process of the architects behind the finished product. For published contemporary discussions of architecture and information on how architecture was taught to students, our books will provide in-depth perspectives from the Renaissance through modern times.
Materials within Special Collections can be located two ways: through the Catalog for individual items or books, and the Finding Aids for archival collections. Researchers will need an Aeon account to request materials that they wish to view, either in the Reading Room or through remote services.
For remote services, please request your materials through Aeon and reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 814-865-1793 to discuss your request with the Research Services team. We are happy to provide limited remote service for researchers if an in-person visit is not possible!
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