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Consult Judaica Division Request Form
Some materials are listed in the HOLLIS catalog as "Harvard Depository…Consult Judaica Division" or "Consult Judaica Division." These
items are, respectively, non-circulating material located in the Harvard
Depository and in-process materials located in the Judaica Division
office at Widener Library, Rm. M.
"Consult Judaica Division" items that are located in the Harvard
Depository do not circulate and may not be borrowed from the library.
Non-circulating materials retrieved from the Harvard Depository may
be used only in the Phillips Reading Room, with the exception of certain
kinds of audio-visual material that may be used only in the Language
Resource Center located in Lamont Library.
"Consult Judaica Division" items that are located in the Judaica
Division office are in-process items and their circulation status will
be indicated on the HOLLIS records when processing is completed. If
you request one of these items, you will be notified by e-mail when
the item has been processed.
This form may be used to request both kinds of materials listed in
HOLLIS as "Consult Judaica Division." You will be notified by e-mail as soon as the item you request is available. Filling in the request form completely will expedite service.
Status inquiries should be directed to the Judaica Division of the Harvard College Library at 617-495-3335 or via e-mail.
These requests are processed daily, Monday through Friday, and are
given a high priority. You will receive an e-mail response as soon as
information about the item is available. When requests are received
before noon and the request form is filled in completely, every effort
is made to provide items by the next business day. Processing times
vary based on the materials.
Comments and questions are welcome.
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