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The Marian Library at the University of Dayton is recognized both nationally and internationally as a center for scholarship on the Blessed Virgin Mary. The collections cover the history, spirituality and ecclesial foundations of Marian studies including Marian art, art history, and visual resources.
The American Craft Council Library & Archives has arguably the most comprehensive collection in the United States devoted to the study of modern American craft. Located in Minneapolis in the headquarters of the American Craft Council, the library holdings include over 20,000 monographs and exhibition catalogs, 150 current subscriptions, and 700 bound volumes of periodicals and newsletters.
The Museum of Russian Icons Research Library in Clinton, MA is a growing research destination for the study of icons from around the world as well as Russian history, art, and culture. This unique collection is embedded within the Museum of Russian Icons, the home of the largest collection of Russian icons outside of Russia.