Directory of services: The Library
The Library of the Society of Friends
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The Library of the Society of Friends is an inspiring resource for understanding peace, prison reform, humanitarian assistance, and the anti-slavery movement, as well as Quaker history, faith, thought and practice
This page is intended to complement information provided in the Directory of services. There are also specific sections on this website related to the Library at Friends House and to the role of records custodians and archivists.
You can download a PDF of the 'Directory of services: The Library'. This is a copy of this section as printed in May 2016 and so may be out of date. The web pages are kept up to date on an ongoing basis and the printed copies are updated every two years.
- The Library's Facebook page (external link)
- Online catalogue
- Online exhibitions
- Quaker strongrooms blog (external link)