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Collections Overview

Arne Nixon Center

A department of the Henry Madden Library, the Arne Nixon Center is one of North America's leading resources for the study of children's and young adult literature.

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Digitized Collections

Through collaboration with community partners and generous donors, the library has enable digital access to many of our locally important and wonderfully creative collections.

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Government Information

As a Federal Depository library, we have access to all documents published by the Federal government. We also have select local and state government documents too.

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Map and Aerial Photograph

We have aerial photographs of the Central Valley to maps of both local and global locations, Atlases to Gazeteers. This is where you can visualize history as it really was.

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Music and Media Resources

The Music and Media Library provides access to an extensive music and film collection, technology borrowing, and graphic/video/music editing software.

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Special Collections Research Center

The Special Collections Research Center is comprised of several specialized book collections, manuscript collections, the University Archives and the Central Valley Political Archive.

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Teacher Resource Center

The Teacher Resource Center (TRC) is a collection of teaching materials used in pre-Kindergarten through grade 12 classrooms.

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V.E. Petrucci Library

The V.E Petrucci Library serves the grape, wine, and raisin industries, the public, and the Department of Viticulture and Enology through access to research and information.

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Faculty Bibliography

A comprehensive list of publications by faculty at Fresno State University, with links to access published items.

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Suggest A Purchase

If you know of a particular book, journal, or other resource you think the Library should purchase, use our online suggestion form.

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