Pusey House Library

Last updated 8th February 2017 
Name of library Pusey House Library 
Address 61 St. Giles, Oxford, OX1 3LZ 
E-mail pusey.librarian@stx.ox.ac.uk 
Website http://www.puseyhouse.org.uk/ 
Alternative names Dr. Pusey Memorial Library 
Contact & Job Title Anna James,  Librarian
Purpose & main user community of the library  Theology faculty members and students of the University of Oxford, visiting scholars, general public.
Terms of access Open stack material: Bodleian card OR 2 forms of ID, + passport photo. Archive & special collections: Bodleian card category A OR 2 forms of ID, + passport photo and letter of introduction. 
Opening hours Open to all: 09.30 – 17.25, Monday – Friday 
Disabled access  1st floor library, no lift. Please contact us, and we will find a way to make our collections available to you
Lending to other libraries & visitors ILL not available. Reference only. 
Number of volumes 80,000 
Periodicals – Back Issues 200 (mostly incomplete) 
Current Periodicals 20 
Other materials  
Volumes added per year  300
Coverage  Oxford Movement, Church History (especially English Church Reformation to c19th), Patristics, Liturgy
Special Collections  C19th pamphlet collection, founding collections of E.B. Pusey and H.P. Liddon
Manuscripts  Letters and papers of E. B. Pusey. Also John Keble, John Henry Newman, others connected with the Oxford Movement, Catholic societies, Anglican religious communities
Research resource Oxford Movement, Religious Communities, Church History, Patristics. 
Catalogue Type Printed books and pamphlets: Card. Images of our record cards have been uploaded to the internet at http://puseybooks.blogspot.co.uk
Oxford Libraries Online (part of Oxford combined printed books catalogue)
Archives: Typescript catalogues 
URL of catalogue  
Other facilities Wi-fi; self-service photography permitted. Remote copying services may be available on request 
Full Time Staff  
Part Time Staff  1
Voluntary Staff  5
Changes in next five years affecting the above  Online printed books catalogue planned to be implemented by 2016
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