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ARTH 365: 19th Century Art & Architecture: How to

Finding an article if you have a citation

You can use the article citation to find the full text.

Example: Catton, Theodore. "The Campaign to Establish Mount Rainier National Park, 1893-1899." The Pacific Northwest Quarterly 88, no. 2 (1997): 70-81.

Search the article title in Primo:

Then click view it  to view the article.

 

Not available?

Try searching for the journal and then searching or browsing for the article. If the Library does not have access to the volume of the journal needed, submit an article request via Tipasa, our interlibrary loan service.

Finding a book in the library

Search Primo. If the book you want has a green dot and the phrase, Available at Collins, then write down the  call number. To locate the call number on a floor map, select the link, Library Map or go to the call number location chart. If you can't find the book, ask for help at the circulation desk.

Request a Summit Book through Primo

Check Availability and Request options if a book is either checked out or not in the Collins Library collection. You can request the book from Summit, a partnership of academic libraries in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho.

 

If the book is not available through Collins or Summit, request through Tipasa, our interlibrary loan service.