| 341. Visit |
Visit the Ingalls Library and Museum Archives
| 342. Visitor and Use Policies |
We ask that all library patrons and visitors complete a registration form.
| 343. Collection Development Policy |
The Ingalls Library of the Cleveland Museum of Art is a nationally recognized art research library with rich collections encompassing a wide range of published materials covering art from all geographic areas and all periods of art history and archival collections documenting the history of the i
| 344. Handling Rare and Archives Collection Materials |
Studying Rare and Archives Collection Materials at the Ingalls Library
|345. About WorldCat Discovery|
| 346. Intern/Volunteer Information Form |
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.
| 347. Digital Collections |
The Ingalls Library and Museum Archives digitizes books, auction catalogs, photographs, and other archival materials for access and preservation purposes. Use the links below to access our digital collections.
|348. Introducing Beazley|
| 349. Russell Barnett Aitken Collection |
Donated by Irene Roosevelt Aitken along with other materials now in the museum's collection, this group contains scrapbooks, photographs, notebooks, and objects from Cleveland ceramicist and famed outdoorsman Russell Aitken.
| 350. That's Paste |
Me: I made a slow-mo video of the glue thing! Conservator: That's paste. A post shared by Ingalls Library (@ingallslibrary) on Sep 25, 2017 at 10:50am PDT
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