About the Library
The William Andrews Clark Memorial Library is one of UCLA's major libraries for rare books and manuscripts. Its particular strengths include English literature and history from the Tudor period through the long eighteenth century, Oscar Wilde, book arts, and fine printing.
Official website: William Andrews Clark Memorial Library
Located in the historic Located in the historic West Adams neighborhood of Los Angeles, the Clark is open to anyone interested in conducting research using the collections, and serves as the research laboratory for a distinguished array of fellows working either in early modern studies or the fin-de-siècle world of Oscar Wilde.
As an affiliated library, the Clark is administered by UCLA’s Center for 17th- & 18th-Century Studies, which coordinates academic fellowships and conferences, a variety of lectures, as well as chamber music concerts and theatrical performances on the library’s grounds.