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Independent libraries are membership institutions outside the public and academic library systems, often charging a subscription. This does not include the information services of private companies.
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Research library in Massachusetts specialising in American history and culture up to 1876. History, catalogues, online exhibits and guides to the collection.
A branch of the American Library in Paris, offering activities, a newsletter, and access to the online catalog. Site in French and English.
A private, non-profit English-language library in Paris, France since 1920. Information on membership, collections, services, and events.
Non-profit, member-supported library founded in 1814 to collect materials "connected with the history and antiquities of America, and the useful arts, and generally to disseminate useful knowledge"; online catalog, exhibit information, and grant applications available.
Founded in 1653 in Manchester, England and open free of charge. History, list of manuscripts and online catalogue.
Publicly accessible collection of over 3,000 zines. Includes events schedule, online catalog, or directions.
Administered by the trustees of Amherst College, the Folger was a gift to the American people from Henry Clay Folger and his wife Emily Jordan Folger in 1932. Includes news on library projects and background information.
Directory and guide to the history and collections of existing subscription libraries in the United Kingdom.
Research library specializing in Colonial and Native American history.
A non-profit subscription library based out of Geneva, Switzerland, serving the English speaking community.
A membership and research library with special collections in Boston history, New England state and local history, biography, English and American history, literature, and arts.
Subscription library with unique collections of books, manuscripts, pamphlets, genealogical sources, graphic images and ephemera for Irish and local studies.
History and photographs of this subscription library offering books, magazines and CDs. Programme of free events and children's page.
Scholarly subscription library in central London collecting principally in the humanities. History, collections, membership information and online catalogue.
The earliest public library in Ireland, built in 1701, with contemporary religious and scientific collections. Online catalogue.
The Mechanics' Institute Library is a general interest membership library and chess club located at 57 Post Street in San Francisco's business district.
Subscription library with public access to the reading and reference rooms only; members may borrow books. Information for members and the general public.
Independent research library with a focus on the humanities is privately funded, but free and open to the public.
A UK subscription library from Manchester featuring 19th century literature, local school exhibits, artist submissions, and gallery.
An independent membership library; provides a collection of books and other materials to all who love reading, appreciate literature, and enjoy cultural discovery.
A non-profit community-based library, learning center, educational garden, and technology center serving diverse populations in Baltimore, Maryland (US).
Research library in London, open to the public free of charge. Catalogues of books, archives and images.
Modern Jewish history collection in London with special reference to Nazism and antisemitism. Events, facilities and history of the library.
Directory and guide to the history and collections of existing subscription libraries in the United Kingdom.
A non-profit subscription library based out of Geneva, Switzerland, serving the English speaking community.
Founded in 1653 in Manchester, England and open free of charge. History, list of manuscripts and online catalogue.
Research library in London, open to the public free of charge. Catalogues of books, archives and images.
A private, non-profit English-language library in Paris, France since 1920. Information on membership, collections, services, and events.
Subscription library with public access to the reading and reference rooms only; members may borrow books. Information for members and the general public.
Administered by the trustees of Amherst College, the Folger was a gift to the American people from Henry Clay Folger and his wife Emily Jordan Folger in 1932. Includes news on library projects and background information.
A UK subscription library from Manchester featuring 19th century literature, local school exhibits, artist submissions, and gallery.
The Mechanics' Institute Library is a general interest membership library and chess club located at 57 Post Street in San Francisco's business district.
Scholarly subscription library in central London collecting principally in the humanities. History, collections, membership information and online catalogue.
Modern Jewish history collection in London with special reference to Nazism and antisemitism. Events, facilities and history of the library.
Research library in Massachusetts specialising in American history and culture up to 1876. History, catalogues, online exhibits and guides to the collection.
A non-profit community-based library, learning center, educational garden, and technology center serving diverse populations in Baltimore, Maryland (US).
Subscription library with unique collections of books, manuscripts, pamphlets, genealogical sources, graphic images and ephemera for Irish and local studies.
Publicly accessible collection of over 3,000 zines. Includes events schedule, online catalog, or directions.
Independent research library with a focus on the humanities is privately funded, but free and open to the public.
A branch of the American Library in Paris, offering activities, a newsletter, and access to the online catalog. Site in French and English.
An independent membership library; provides a collection of books and other materials to all who love reading, appreciate literature, and enjoy cultural discovery.
History and photographs of this subscription library offering books, magazines and CDs. Programme of free events and children's page.
A membership and research library with special collections in Boston history, New England state and local history, biography, English and American history, literature, and arts.
Research library specializing in Colonial and Native American history.
The earliest public library in Ireland, built in 1701, with contemporary religious and scientific collections. Online catalogue.
Non-profit, member-supported library founded in 1814 to collect materials "connected with the history and antiquities of America, and the useful arts, and generally to disseminate useful knowledge"; online catalog, exhibit information, and grant applications available.
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