Answered By: Beth Downey
Last Updated: Apr 19, 2017     Views: 80

If you already have the call number for a book, you can enter it in the Online Catalog to search for the record; be sure to keep the "All Fields" limiter, and pay attention to the library location.

To find a book on the shelves, you can use the call number as an "address." Remember that the books are arranged by the call number alphabetically, then numerically.


For a guide to Library of Congress Classification, click here.

To locate what area of the general collection in Mitchell will have your book, click here for the floor plan.

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