Niagara University Library's Rare Book Collection primarily consists of religious books and manuscripts from the 16th through 19th centuries, as well as nine examples of Incunabula printed before 1500 and a few earlier manuscripts. Specifically, the collection contains about twenty-five 16th-19th century Bibles in German, English, Greek, Latin and Hebrew, as well as about 400 religious books (Missals, Commentaries, works of Theology, in Latin mostly) that represent the development of religious thought during the same time period. A smaller portion of the collection consists of secular titles.
The books are listed in the Library Catalog, where you may encounter a call number that looks like this:
RARE BOOK ROOM RBR 1058
The Rare Book Collection is located in a secure, climate controlled room.
If you need to view a rare book, please contact David Schoen, Director of Libraries at 716-286-8001 or firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment.
Niagara University Library cannot provide rare book appraisals or valuations.