Other JH Archives & Libraries
Other Johns Hopkins Archives & Libraries
Library of the Institute of the History of Medicine
The library contains about forty thousand volumes, including runs of more than 300 journals. It has one of the most comprehensive collections of published literature in the history of medicine; and the 108 periodicals to which the collection now subscribes include almost all currently published titles in history of medicine, history of science and social studies of medicine.
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Welch Medical Library
The library collects current scholarly information, in print and electronic formats, which supports the research, clinical, administrative, and educational needs of its clients. The collection covers health, the practice of medicine and related biomedical and allied health care disciplines, nursing, research literature, methodological literature, reviews or state-of-the-art reports, and in-depth, authoritative analyses of areas influencing biomedicine and health care. The library's Welch Gateway provides access to a variety of electronic health-related files including MEDLINE, EMBASE, Scopus, ISI Web of Science, UpToDate, MDConsult, CINAHL, PsycINFO, EbscoHost, LEXIS NEXIS, WebSPIRS, MICROMEDEX, Wilson Web, FirstSearch, Proquest, etc. In addition, the library supports a number of electronic journals, accessing them remotely on the worldwide web and providing full-text locally for approximately 4,500 titles.
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Friedenwald-Romano Library of the Wilmer Ophthalmological Institute
The Friedenwald-Romano Library of the Wilmer Eye Institute serves the Department of Ophthalmology as well as the faculty members of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions and the University. Only departmental members and faculty of the JHMI and university have borrowing privileges at the Friedenwald Library. Other clients can use the collection in-house. The collection is comprised of approximately 8000 monographs and 120 current journal subscriptions. There are numerous slides that concentrate on ophthalmologic issues. The journal collection is primarily in English with some items in French, German, Italian and Japanese. The library has a special collection of reprints of Wilmer Institute papers from 1925 as well as reprints of many famous ophthalmologists' papers
To learn more, call (410) 955-3127
Harrison Library of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center
The Collection of the Harold E. Harrison Library of the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center is comprised of more than 400 journals and 1300 books, both print and electronic. Scope: The library collection is largely clinical and supports the work of the hospital. Primary subjects are general medicine, geriatrics, burns, gastroenterology and nephrology. There is a small reference collection plus an archive collection. Materials are current (within last five years) and in English. The library provides access to major clinical databases as well as traditional library services such as training, literature searching and interlibrary loan. Access to the collection is via the JHU Online Catalog and WelchWeb. Registered users of the Johns Hopkins University may use and borrow materials.
To learn more, call (410) 550-0678
The Sheridan Libraries of Johns Hopkins University
The Sheridan Libraries encompass the Milton S. Eisenhower Library and its collections at the Albert D. Hutzler Reading Room in Gilman Hall, the John Work Garrett Library at Evergreen House and the George Peabody Library at Mt. Vernon Place. Together these collections provide the major research library resources for the university.
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Ferdinand Hamburger Archives of Johns Hopkins University
The Ferdinand Hamburger Archives is the official archival repository for the Homewood Campus divisions of The Johns Hopkins University: Central University Administration, Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, G.W.C. Whiting School of Engineering, and School of Professional Studies in Business and Administration; it is also the repository for the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, based in Washington, DC.
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Peabody Archives of Johns Hopkins University
The institutional records of the Peabody Institute, maintained by the Peabody Archives, chronicle not only Peabody's history, but the cultural development of Baltimore and Maryland from the mid-nineteenth century to the present. These records reflect the original divisions of the Institute and include the records of the Peabody Lecture Series, the Peabody Gallery of Art, the Peabody Library and the Conservatory of Music with its adjunct Preparatory Department. The records also include an extensive Archive of recorded Peabody performances—including visiting artists, faculty and student recitals—and a large photographic collection.
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