Visiting Frances Loeb Library
Frances Loeb Library is open to the entire design and architecture community regardless of Harvard affiliation for browsing our general collection and use of our resources on-site. Please feel free to stop by Frances Loeb Library and speak to someone at the front desk for access.
For up-to-date information on borrowing materials as a visitor, please visit the Harvard Library Visitor Access webpage.
Visiting Special Collections and Other Harvard Libraries
To visit Frances Loeb Library’s Special Collections and other Harvard Libraries, non-Harvard-affiliated researchers will need to obtain a Harvard ID at the Privileges Office in Widener Library. Please check out the Harvard Library Visitor Access webpage for up-to-date, detailed information about how to visit.
Special Collections, Archives & Government Documents
Special Collections at each Harvard Library are available to all researchers, regardless of academic affiliation. The Harvard University Archives and Lamont Library’s collection of government documents are also available to all.