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Finding Items in the duPont-Ball Library

How to find books, articles, and videos in the library

Where in the library is my book?

Each item in the library is part of a collection. When you find something in OneSearch, physical items will have a note that states which collection the item is in. Use the library maps or the chart below to determine where in the building the collection you need is located, and how that collection is organized.

Where is it?

Collection/Type of Item Where it's located How it's organized

Main Library Shelves 
  A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, K, L
  M and N
  P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, Z

Main floor and 2nd floor
  2nd floor
  Main floor
  2nd floor

Library of Congress Call Number
Music books, scores, LPs, oversize Main floor (behind study rooms) Library of Congress Call Number
Art books and folios Main floor (outside Writing Center) Library of Congress Call Number
Reference Main floor (across from front desk) Library of Congress Call Number
New books  Main floor (outside study rooms) Library of Congress Call Number
Periodicals Basement Alphabetically by title
Government documents Basement Superintendent of Documents
Call Numbers
Video Nonfiction Collection Main floor Library of Congress Call Number
Popular Videos Main floor Alphabetically by title
Reference Items on Ready Ref Main floor (behind front desk) Ask for them at the front desk
Newspapers Today's papers, Main floor (near Group Study Rooms)
3 months of recent papers, Main floor (outside Writing Center)
Alphabetically by title
New periodicals Main floor (outside study rooms) Alphabetically by title
CDs Main floor (behind front desk) Ask for them at the front desk
Treasure collection Ask for them at the front desk Ask for them at the front desk
Stetson Collection Basement (in the "cage") Ask for them at the front desk
M. Jean Greenlaw collection Basement (in the "cage") Ask for them at the front desk
Circulating Thesis and Stetson Thesis Main floor (outside Writing Center) Library of Congress Call Number
Juvenile Collection 2nd floor (after the P call numbers) Library of Congress Call Number
Picture Books in the Juvenile Collection 2nd floor (moveable shelves near Juvenile Collection) Library of Congress Call Number
Young Adults (YA) Collection 2nd floor (near Juvenile Collection) Library of Congress Call Number

Have a question? Ask a librarian! Email libref@stetson.edu. Call or text 386-747-9028.