How can I search HOLLIS by call number?
Harvard’s libraries use upwards of 20 different call numbering systems, from Library of Congress to Old Widener to National Library of Medicine to Dewey Decimal.
There are two options for exploring HOLLIS by call number, as explained on the HOLLIS User Guide:
- Starts with/Browse (all call numbers)
- Advanced Search, Code: Local Call Number (available only for systems unique to Harvard)
Have another HOLLIS question? Our HOLLIS User Guide provides an overview of HOLLIS's features and functions.
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