Welcome to the Ingalls Library & Museum Archives!
Ever wonder what it looks like when a new book arrives at the library? What about one out of a limited edition? Watch the video below to see a facsimile of the the museum's Hours of Queen Isabella the Catholic, Queen of Spain being unwrapped!
The Ingalls Library contains a vast hidden collection of personal bookplates, uncataloged and unknown. These ex libris reside in the books in the library stacks, evidence of the remarkable provenance of the collection, waiting to be discovered by the curious patron.
We are pleased to provide the Ingalls Library Intern/Volunteer Information Form on our website for your convenience; you will also find it in the general menu, above, when you are signed in. This form should be completed for all CMA interns and volunteers who require library services. Please complete the form online and click submit when finished. Alternately, the form can be completed and printed out for hardcopy submission to the Director of Library and Archives, if preferred. Thank you for helping provide your intern/volunteer with a positive research experience.