The Canadian Institute houses a 6,000-volume library specializing in the anthropology, archaeology, environment, history and literature of the Mediterranean, but with particular emphasis on Greece. The holdings are organized according to the Library of Congress system.
Apart from the archive of Institute papers (correspondence, fieldwork reports, etc.), the Institute has a slide collection and the Frederick E. Winter photographic negative collection (both digitized), which constitute a wide-ranging catalogue of images of archaeological sites across the Mediterranean, but especially Greece.
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