Chantry Library

Chantry Library

Contact

Address:

Chantry Library
Grove Cottage
St. Cross Road
Oxford
OX1 3TX

Phone:

++ 44 (0) 1865 271520 (Wednesdays 9.30-16.30)

E-mail:

chantrylibrary@gmail.com

Website:

https://chantrylibrary.org/

Library Staff

Librarian:

Mastan Ebtehaj

Opening Hours

Note that opening hours may sometimes change at short notice. If travelling to visit a library you are advised to check with the library to confirm details.

Term time:

Wednesdays 9.30 - 16.30

Vacation:

Closed

Closed:

Vacation

Notes:

Everyone is welcome to use the Library. Telephone, or email the Librarian for an appointment.

Admission and Borrowing Policies

Note that by necessity these policies are much simplified and provided for initial guidance only. Please check with the library for full details.

OU undergraduate students:

Admissions: All all. Borrowing: None none.

The Chantry Library operates a scan / copy and email / post service for a small fee. We also offers a paying Inter-library Loan service to provide access to conservation books and articles not held at the Chantry Library.

OU postgraduate students:

Admissions: All all. Borrowing: None none.

The Chantry Library operates a scan / copy and email / post service for a small fee. We also offers a paying Inter-library Loan service to provide access to conservation books and articles not held at the Chantry Library.

OU academic and research staff:

Admissions: All all. Borrowing: None none.

The Chantry Library operates a scan / copy and email / post service for a small fee. We also offers a paying Inter-library Loan service to provide access to conservation books and articles not held at the Chantry Library.

Others:

Admissions: All all. Borrowing: None none.

The Chantry Library operates a scan / copy and email / post service for a small fee. We also offers a paying Inter-library Loan service to provide access to conservation books and articles not held at the Chantry Library.

Subjects Covered

Art History, Book Binding, Book History, Collection Care, Conservation, Paper History, Printing, Reprographics

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