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Name of Library: Queen's Foundation Library

Address: Somerset Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2QH

Town: Birmingham

Telephone: 0121 452 2621

Fax: 0121 454 8171

E-mail: library@queens.ac.uk

Website: http://www.queens.ac.uk/qfnd/library.php

Alternative names

Queen's College; Queen's Foundation

Contact

Michael Gale

Job Title

Librarian

Purpose and main user community of the library

Theological education; Queen's Foundation academic community

Terms of access

Initially by appointment

Opening hours

Normally 09.00-17.00, but you are advised to telephone in advance

Disabled access

High bookshelves, swing doors

Lending

To other ABTAPL libraries

External membership for a fee may be available and includes limited borrowing rights

Volumes

50,000

Periodicals - Back Issues

100

Current Periodicals

70

Other

Small collection of videos

CDROMs

Volumes added per year

800

Coverage

All areas

Special Collections

C16 Bibles, Early Fathers and Reformers: a small collection of early editions

C17 editions of early Anglican and Puritan writers

C18-19 Methodist collecton including early editions of works by John and Charles Wesley

Manuscript

Research resource

(Regional)

Black Theology

Denominational Studies

Catalogue Type

Computer

URL of catalogue
  http://195.194.63.117/heritage/

Other facilities

Limited photocopying on request to librarian

Full Time Staff 1

Part Time Staff 0.1

Voluntary Staff ad hoc

Future plans

Other

The Queen's Foundation is an ecumenical foundation, providing ministerial and lay training for

the Anglican, Methodist and United Reformed churches. It embraces the Queen's College, the

West Midlands Ministerial Training Course, a Research Centre, and the Selly Oak Centre for Mission Studies

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