John W. Graham Library & Trinity College Archives

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About Graham Library

The John W. Graham Library at Trinity College is part of the University of Toronto library system and open to all members of the University. Its roots go back to 1828, and today it occupies a heritage building renewed for the 21st century.

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Library Collections

The Graham Library's collection of more than 200,000 volumes is strongest in international relations, ethics, and the humanities, as well as theological disciplines and resources related to the Anglican Church.

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Library Services

Services are offered to the University of Toronto community and include reference consultation, course support, instruction in research and information-seeking strategies, group study spaces and computer workstations.

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Research Help

Students and faculty are welcome to drop in with research questions or set up an in-depth research appointment with a librarian. For self-directed research, you may consult online guides and research tools produced by our librarians to help you use library resources effectively.

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Theological Resources

The Joint Theological Collection of Trinity and Wycliffe Colleges provides theological resources with an Anglican emphasis within the Toronto School of Theology (TST) and in collaboration with other TST libraries, the University of Toronto Library, and the Archives of the Anglican Church of Canada.

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Friends of the Library

The Trinity College Friends of the Library is an active and collegial volunteer group who support the library by raising and contributing funds for acquisitions, special projects, staff, and facilities.

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Trinity College Archives

The Archives serves the staff, students, graduates and faculty of Trinity College, as well as outside researchers, by identifying, acquiring, documenting, preserving and making records of enduring value to accessible to our community.