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Library resources and services supporting the Tulane School of Architecture are distributed among these primary locations:

The Architecture Library in Richardson Memorial Hall, room 202, serves the immediate needs of students and faculty with current periodicals, standard reference materials, course reserves, new books, and a selection of the most-heavily-used books relevant to architecture, historic preservation, and real estate development. The space accommodates individual and group study, offers a view of Tulane’s historic front quad, and shares the space with Tulane School of Architecture exhibits.

Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, the main library building, houses the largest collection of architecture-related library materials, mostly on the 6th floor next to works on art and design. Low-use materials in print are housed at the Offsite Depository. The Latin American Library, on the 4th floor of H-TML, houses most Latin-American related architecture publications. H-TML provides extended hours, research services, large-format scanning, and much more.

The Southeastern Architectural Archive houses an archival collection for the study of the built environment of New Orleans and Louisiana.

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Richardson Memorial Hall


6823 St. Charles Ave.
New Orleans, Louisiana 70118