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HIST 2535 - Latin America and the United States - Robinson: Campus Libraries

TV News Archives


In addition to the nine campus libraries, Vanderbilt is home to the TV New Archives, the world's most extensive and complete archive of television news.

 You can search the TV New Archives via their website or Library Catalog. The footage can be viewed within the Central Library or at the TV News Archives office at 110 21st Ave. S., Suite 704.


Did you know...

As a Vanderbilt student you can borrow books and other items from any of the campus libraries (except Special Collections.)  

It's also good to know that you can return most of the items you've checked out to any of the campus libraries. For example, if you borrow a book from the Central Library you can return it to Peabody.

Also look for bookdrops outside the various libraries and at the Common Center.  

Management Library bookdrop


Undergraduate Libraries

Serving undergraduates is a primary mission for four of Vanderbilt's nine libraries.

Central Library

Central Library

  • Serves the College of Arts & Sciences
  • Collection emphasis on the Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Leisure Reading & Video collections
  • Phone: 322-2800



Science & Engineering Library

Stevenson Science & Engineering Library

  • Also serves the College of Arts & Sciences
  • Focus on mathematics & the hard sciences
  • Open 24-hours weekdays during the regular semester (9:00AM Sunday - 10:00 p.m. Friday)

  • Phone: 322-2775

Peabody Library


Peabody Library

  • Serves the Peabody College of Education & Human Development
  • Learning Commons, a large, flexible group work space, and more than 40 computer workstations
  • Specialized Collections include Curriculum & Test Materials
  • Phone: 322-8095



Blair School of Music

 Anne Potter Wilson Music Library

  • Serves the Blair School of Music
  • Specialized collections of scores & sound recordings
  • Phone: 322-7695