Science Libraries at the Smithsonian
The Botany Library and Horticulture Branch Library provide research support for the departments and the large number of botanists world-wide who use the collections and resources.
The Library collection reflects the important role that the Smithsonian Institution played in the development of anthropology as a formal discipline in the United States.
The Cullman Library holds the Smithsonian's collection of rare books in anthropology and the natural sciences.
Serving the research needs of staff at the Smithsonian's Museum Support Center for the purposes of collections storage, research, and conservation.
The National Museum of Natural History (NMNH) Library consists of the main location (in NMNH's East Court) and 11 specialized collections throughout the NMNH building.
Opened in 1898, the National Zoological Park library is one of the oldest in continuing existence at the Smithsonian.
Provides support for the scientists studying coastal zone ecosystems and the education staff and programs.
The Library supports research, publications, exhibits and public programming of the Institution, as well as those of other museums and research institutions in Central America and Panama.