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You can still access the UC Berkeley Library’s services and resources during the closure. Here’s how.

Finding Historical Primary Sources: Help

A guide to finding primary sources in history at the UC Berkeley Libraries

Help with your Research

Talk to a reference librarian at most campus libraries.  For history questions you might start with:

UCB undergraduates can sign up for a Research Advisory Service appointment during peak periods of the semester.

Go here to learn about other ways to get assistance with your research, including 24/7 chat reference, e-mail reference, and contacting subject specialists.

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