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Concordia University Libraries System
The Concordia University Libraries System includes a number of libraries located in Portland, Oregon, and Boise, Idaho. Some are specialized by topic area. The materials of all collections are included in the Library Catalog.
FWJ Sylwester Library
The FWJ Sylwester Library is located in the George R. White Library & Learning Center on the Portland Campus.
George R. White Law Library
The George R. White Law Library is located on the Concordia University School of Law Boise campus.
On behalf of the College of Theology, Arts, and Sciences, the Concordia University Libraries maintains a Science Library in Luther Hall, Room 316. To use this library, contact the College of Theology, Arts, and Sciences (Centennial Hall, Room 119; 503-280-8680).
Materials that are part of the collections of the Science Library are not available for interlibrary loan.
Center for Volga German Studies
The Center for Volga German Studies (CVGS) was established in 2004 at Concordia University to support research into and preservation of the heritage, history, traditions, and accomplishments of the Volga Germans. Its collections include books, journals, maps, charts, microforms, photographs, documents, and a small number of artifacts. There is also an archive of original historical books, copies of Russian parish records, and the personal research materials of several prominent Volga German researchers. Resources are in English, German, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, and French. The Center is open to the public by appointment.
Materials that are part of the collections of the CVGS do not circulate and are not available for interlibrary loan.
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