Members may use the reference library housed at the AGS office in Greenfield, MA by appointment with the AGS office. When not in violation of copyright laws, some materials may be scanned or photocopied for a fee. 

Please note that rare, old, and out-of-print books as well as dissertations and theses are no longer housed in the AGS office; they have been transferred to the Department of Special Collections and University Archives of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and may be consulted in the university‚Äôs DuBois Library. 

A listing of these titles can be found at the following URL (please note that clicking on this link will open a new browser window to Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts, Amherst): Click here to go to the website.

If you require assistance locating books, magazine and journal articles, videos, dissertations, and other library materials, please contact the AGS office and provide as much information as possible about what you are looking for.

The Archives Committee will consider donations of books, pamphlets and other published materials for the AGS library. Please send an inventory listing titles, authors and dates of publication to the AGS office. All offered items must be in good condition with no insect, mold or water damage. A member of the Archives Committee will respond to your offer. Please do not ship unsolicited library donations to the AGS office.