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The University of Liverpool Library joins the EMu family


The University of Liverpool Library joins the EMu family

Axiell is pleased to welcome the University of Liverpool Library to the EMu community. The University of Liverpool Library’s Special Collections & Archives holds unique research materials of local, national and international significance, which not only support the teaching and research mission of the University but also the wider community.   The collections include Medieval and Renaissance manuscripts, deeds, modern literary papers (such as those of the Liverpool Poets and of John Wyndham); over 70,000 books printed from 1465 onwards encompassing history, travel, politics, law, medicine, science, mathematics, and children’s literature; archives, including the University archive and those relating to social, economic and...

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