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Religion Collections in Libraries and Archives:
A Guide to Resources in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia

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St. Paul's College Library

Address: 3015 4th Street NE
Washington, DC 20017
Telephone Number: (202) 832-6262
Fax Number: (202) 266-2507
Contact Persons: Rev. Lawrence Boadt, Librarian;
Marlo Harris, Assistant Librarian

Access Policies

Hours of Service:
Monday--Friday 10:00 a.m.--2:00 p.m.
Open to the public: By appointment only
Photocopying:: Yes
Interlibrary loan: No

Please call ahead for an appointment to use the library.

Reference Policy:
Telephone and mail reference questions are not accepted.

Borrowing Privileges:
The public may borrow with special permission from the librarian.

Networks/Consortia:
Washington Theological Consortium

Background Note:
Founded 1889.
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Description of Collections

Books and monographs:
The collection holds 46,000 volumes which date from the 1880s to the present. The main focus of the library is history of the Paulist Fathers Religious Order.

A card catalog is available covering all works in the collection.

Periodicals and newspapers:
The Library holds 50 current subscriptions; 1500 volumes of serials. The collection dates from 1920 to the present. The subject strength of this collection is Roman Catholic theology.

Archives, manuscripts, correspondence, and oral histories:
St. Paul's College Library houses the Paulist Fathers Archives numbering several hundred items, dating from 1860 to the present.

Reverend Paul Robichaud, C.S.P. is the archivist for this collection. He can be reached at (202) 832-6262.


Subject Headings

Biblical studies; Catholic Church--United States; Catholic theology; Ecumenical movement; Paulist Fathers; Religion--United States; Religious biography

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