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SUNY Geneseo Fraser Hall Library Subject Guides

Local and SUNY Geneseo History: Books

Doing Local History Research While SUNY Geneseo's Library Collections Are Inaccessible

Explore the tabs above to discover local history resources available in the Library (and especially beyond, until the collections are moved to Fraser Hall Library). Please contact the Special Collections Librarian for research assistance and suggestions for alternatives to physical materials held by the Library. Many print materials can be borrowed through Information Delivery Services (IDS).


Nearby Collections to Visit and Browse

Search for Books (and More!)

While the Library's collections are inaccessible, you can still discover local and college history materials held by the Library, AND held by libraries both in the area and around the world. Then submit an Information Delivery Services (IDS) request for items you'd like to borrow.


Find Digitized Books

GLOCAT and WorldCat will lead you to digital copies of millions of books in both Google Books and Hathi Trust (and other OER sources), but you can search these sites on their own. You can read or download many in their entirety, some just snippets, or follow the links to borrow or purchase copies.

Google Book Search

Special Collections Librarian

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Liz Argentieri
Fraser Hall Library, Room 213
(585) 245-5194