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Links to other libraries and documentation centres

Library and Archives Canada
Search the holdings of the National Library and Archives of Canada, for a highly comprehensive list of Canadian documents from pre-Confederation to the present.
National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives
The Library and Archives of the National Gallery of Canada houses one of the most extensive international collections of visual arts literature in Canada.
Canadian Museum of History
A collection of information on archaeology, anthropology, ethnology, folklore, Canadian social history, First Nations people, Canadian Native artists, and material history.
Archives Canada: Canadian Archival Information Network
Search archival holdings in over 800 repositories across Canada.
Artexte Documentation Centre
Covers artist files and other resources for the visual arts from 1965 to the present.
McCord Museum Archives and Documentation Centre
Provides researchers with a wide array of resources on various aspects of Canadian life, culture and society, including material culture, anthropology, the history of art and photography, social history, etc.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts Library
The Library is not open to the public, but offers researchers a reference service. Requests must be sent in by mail, fax or e-mail. The Archives Department of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is opened to outside researchers by appointment.
Musée d'art contemporain Media Centre
In addition to a large collection of published sources on Canadian and Quebec visual artists, a large collection of artists files is available.
Canadian Centre for Architecture Collection
Researchers can consult (by appointment) the CCA's collection of primary sources, including prints, drawings, photographs, as well as secondary sources including books, periodicals, and artist files.

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