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Murray Library

The microform area provides machines for reading and printing from microforms. Major holdings include:
  • Newspapers of major Canadian cities on microfilm. (Note: Saskatchewan weeklies are held by the Saskatchewan Archives Board, basement of the Murray Building)
  • Early English Books, Parts I & II (microfilm)
  • Health, Physical Education & Recreation (microfiche)
  • Human Relations Area Files (microfiche)
  • Landmarks of Science, Part I (microprint)
  • Nineteenth Century English and American drama (microfiche)
  • Peel Bibliography Collection (Western Canadian history, on microfiche)
  • Pre-1900 Canadiana. Published by the Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproduction (CIHM). (microfiche)
    • Records for this collection are integrated into the main University of Saskatchewan Library catalogue.
    • Contents of the collection may also be searched at the National Library of Canada via the CIHM database.
  • (Manuscript material from the Government of Canada relating to Native and Métis peoples)
  • There are other collections as well. Please inquire at the Reference Desk on the first floor of the Library.

Comments to: Frank Winter