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Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps now online

The Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps are an amazing resource for anyone interested in local history and urban planning. In the period between the 1860's and 1970's, the Sanborn Company created maps of "more than 12,000 American towns and cities. They show the size, shape and construction materials of dwellings, commercial buildings, factories and other structures.  They indicate both the names and width of streets, and show property boundaries and how individual buildings were used." (Library of Congress press release, 5/25/2017).

NASA's Mission to Jupiter

read from junos latest at science and geophysical research letters over jupiter

Read up on the latest scientific discoveries about Jupiter.

Juno Mission

Closed for Memorial Day

sdsu library closed memorial day 5/29/2016

The Library will be closed on Monday, May 29, in observance of Memorial Day.

SDSU Memorial Day

Gender Neutral Restrooms

sdsu library welcomes everyone gender neutral bathroom

Now open in the 24/7 Study Area!

Gender Neutral FAQ

Circuit temporarily suspended

temporary circuit not available may 26 for approximately 2 months

After May 26, please place all book requests through Interlibrary Loan (Illiad).

Circuit N/A

Summer options for coffee and tea

cat lying down next to coffee i wanted tea

We can help get you caffeinated over the summer.

Find coffee and tea

Congrats to the class of 2017

congrats top 3 sdsu degrees class of 2017

Wishing you all the best!

Congrats 2017 Class

Summer Hours

sdsu library may summer hours 2017

The Library is open special hours over the summer.

Summer hours

Stress Free Citation Help

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Working on a paper or project and need help with those pesky citations?

Cite Your Sources

Media Center Closing

sdsu library media center closing june 2 2017

We're closing the Media Center on Jun. 2 to create the new Digital Humanities area for Fall 2017 semester.

Closure Info

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