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Rush Rhees
Camelot Project - Arthurian texts, images, bibliographies and basic information. Edited by UR's Alan Lupack and Barbara Tepa Lupack
Frederick Douglass Project - Letters and documents from the collections of UR's Rare Books & Special Collections Library.
Lincoln and His Circle - Letters to, from, and about Abraham Lincoln from the collections of the Rare Books & Special Collections Library
Rochester Black Freedom Struggle Online Project - A permanent resource for continuing conversation, learning and research around Rochester's role in civil rights history.
UR Research - Research by faculty and students from UR departments and schools; and unique material from library collections.

With combined holdings of more than 3 million volumes and extensive collections of online databases, electronic journals, rare books and films, River Campus Libraries rank among the top academic research libraries in the United States and Canada.

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River Campus Libraries
755 Library Road
P.O. Box 270055
Rochester, NY 14627

Service  Policy for Alumni 
Remote Access to Electronic Resources  University alumni can stay up to date with a wide variety of premium news and research content brought to their desktops by University Advancement, Alumni Relations and the Library. With a UR NetID, they may access this content from any location. Click here to find out about NetID's for alumni. Alumni may access the full range of the Libraries' licensed content while they are in the library. Off campus access to selected resources is available through the Alumni Library Gateway
Use of the Library  Alumni are welcome to visit the library. Staff will provide assistance in locating materials both in print and electronic format. Alumni may use library materials within the library, or print or photocopy them using the library's self-service printers and copiers. There is a fee for printing and copying.
Borrowing Books  As a UR alum, you may bring your alumni ID to the circulation desk in either Rush Rhees or Carlson library.