The library and archival collections house a great variety of books, periodicals, videos, recordings, cassettes, CDs, DVDs, maps and archival materials that preserve and demonstrate the values and contributions to Hungarian culture and American Hungarian life.
Over 60,000 volumes, including rare books from the fifteenth century, comprise the library collection of the Foundation, which is an affiliate library of Rutgers – The State University of New Jersey. This cooperation with Rutgers University integrates the holding into a national and international system, which is available throughout this country and abroad - affording greater opportunities for both personal and scholarly research. At the moment the published materials are cataloged online and are accessible through IRIS, the online catalog of Rutgers University. The Foundation is striving to have all of its remaining materials available online.
With an average yearly growth of 1,750 volumes, the Foundation's library space serves many interested individuals and institutions on either a walk-in or long-distance basis.
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