Introduction to the Collection:
Although some maps, atlases, and geospatial information can be found via the MIRLYN catalog and through research guides, users are encouraged to visit the Clark Library on the second floor of the Hatcher Graduate Library in order to have access to the entire collection and the expertise of the library staff. Materials are available with the help of reference services, to all patrons interested in viewing the maps in our collection.
For information on searching for these resources look at the Finding Map Resources in MIRLYN research guide.
|The Map Library houses the largest collection of cartographic materials in the state. Located on the 2nd floor of the Hatcher Graduate Library, we are open to everyone, including those not affiliated with the University.|
|The Library Catalog of the University of Michigan. Includes catalogs for the University Library, Bentley Historical Library and Clements Library at UM-Ann Arbor, and for the Thompson Library at UM-Flint. MIRLYN is the MIchigan Research LibrarY Network.
Available to all users.
|Library Search||Library Search is a customizable portal to U-M Library databases, indexes, networked electronic resources, e-journals, web resources and catalogs. To search by subject choose a category - "social sciences" and sub-category "geography and maps" or category "science" and sub-category - "natural resources and environment".
UM Access Only.