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Students and faculty have access to over 1.5 million books and audio-visual materials and over 79,000 current journals, electronically and in paper. In addition, the library provides access to over 300 databases, many of which include the full text of journal articles, from the library website.
Among the general collections, areas of particular emphasis include American history, English and British literature, music, mathematics, nursing and business.
The Library has been a depository for federal documents since 1916 and participated in the Texas depository library program for more than 60 years. Portions of the U.S. documents collection date as far back as the eighteenth century. The library was designated a European Union Documentation Centre in 1996.
In addition, the library has several collections of interest:
- William Luther Lewis Collection
- Amon G. Carter Papers
- Speaker Jim Wright Papers
- Pate-Newcomer Luxembourg Collection
- TCU Archives and Historical Collection
- Digital Repository
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