Charles Deering Memorial Library
The Charles Deering Memorial Library is a campus architectural landmark designed by James Gamble Rogers. Built in 1933, it was modeled after King's College Chapel in Cambridge, England. Deering Library served as the library's main library until 1970 and now houses several distinctive collections. The library was named for Charles H. Deering, a Northwestern benefactor and a patron to the arts.
The Deering Library is closed in Fall Quarter 2020. Circulating materials are available for pickup through NUsearch. If you need access to non-circulating materials, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The McCormick Library of Special Collections and University Archives is available by appointment only. Please set up an appointment by emailing email@example.com.
Deering Library is home to the following distinctive collections: