Title: TCD Library
Author: Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Full Text & Source: https://www.tcd.ie/Library/
Trinity College Dublin Library The Library’s history dates back to the establishment of the College in 1592. Today it has six million printed volumes with extensive collections of journals, more than half a million maps and very large collections of manuscripts and music reflecting over four hundred years of academic development. More recently, it has established a collection of over 80,000 electronic journals and over 350,000 electronic books. It is the largest library in Ireland and has been a legal deposit library for Ireland and the United Kingdom since 1801. The Library continues to add to its collections through purchases, private donations, acquisitions and as a library of legal deposit. The privilege was first given in the year 1801 (41 Geo. III, c. 107). The latest act for British books is of the year 2003 Legal Deposit Libraries Act (2003, c. 28). By the Industrial and Commercial Property (Protection) Act of the Irish Free State 1927, the copyright privilege of the Library was continued in respect of books published in Ireland. It is continued under the terms of the Copyright and Related Rights Acts, 2000 and 2004. The Library’s reading rooms provide study spaces for 3,200 readers and all are provided with wireless connection to the world wide web via the campus network. The Library has a specialist Conservation Department, an assistive technology suite and multimedia facilities. The Old library, with its Long Room and Book of Kells exhibitions attracts half a million visitors per year, making it one of the biggest tourist attractions in Ireland.
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They have excellent marc records should you want to catalogue your own private library or just to do some research.