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Arizona Architecture from the Archives

Highlights from the Design and the Arts Library Special Collections

Design and the Arts Library

The Design and the Arts Library is located on the first floor of the Design North building.

Design and the Arts Library Hours 

Information & Check Out Desk: 480-965-6400
Special Collections: 480-965-6370

Current Exhibits at the Design and the Arts Library

Although modest in size, the Design and the Arts Library showcases materials from its collections. 

Currently on display is the work of Will Buder.

For additional information on the Design and the Arts Library's Special Collections, please call (480) 965-6370.

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Books (Online Catalog)

Articles

Archivist Contact Info

Harold Housley
Archivist (Architecture, Arts and Design)
Harold.Housley@asu.edu 
(480) 965-6370

Additional Information

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