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National Museums Scotland Library

National Museums Scotland


Address: Chambers Street
Edinburgh,
EH1 1JF
United Kingdom

Region: Scotland

Phone: (+44) (0) 13124-74137

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Library details: National Museums Scotland Library is a Museum library.
This library is affiliated with National Museums Scotland (view map) . The collection of the library contains 300,000 volumes. The library serves a population of 500 .

Other Info: Research Library is on Level 3 of the National Museum of Scotland

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Administration: The director of the library is Andrew Martin .

Statistics Museum
Service Population 500Residents
Collection size300,000volumes
Technology Profile
Product NameYear Contracted
Current Automation SystemSymphony2006
Previous Automation SystemDynix
(* Older versions of SirsiDynix Symphony were called Unicorn)
Identifiers
libraries.org ID32070

Record History: This listing was created on Sep 3, 2007 and was last modified on Feb 24, 2017.

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National Museum of Scotland<br /> (Research Library is on Level 3)
National Museum of Scotland
(Research Library is on Level 3)

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