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Princeton University Library (PUL) has more than 11 million holdings, and encompasses 12 buildings on the campus. One of the largest open-stack libraries in the world, the Harvey S. Firestone Memorial Library functions as the main library on campus and assumes primary responsibility for the humanities and social sciences. PUL’s Special Collections span five millennia and five continents, and include around 300,000 rare books; 30,000 linear feet of manuscript materials, ranging from cuneiform tablets to contemporary texts; a wealth of prints, drawings, photographs, maps, coins, and other visual materials. Special Collections includes the Cotsen Children's Library, the Scheide Library, the Public Policy Papers and the Princeton University Archives.

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