The Schulz Library
The Schulz Library
at The Center for Cartoon Studies

58 Bridge Street, White River Junction, Vermont
Located adjacent to the Main Street Museum
Open to students, faculty, and staff of CCS.

Located in the historic Bridge Street firehouse, on the edge of the White River, is CCS's own Schulz Library. Thanks for generous donations from publishers, artists, and collectors the world over, our collection is abundant and unique. From our selection of contemporary graphic novels, to our out-of-print and rare collections of gag cartoons and classic newspaper strips, the Schulz Library is a dream come true for the cartoonist bibliophile. In addition to comic books and graphic novels, the library holds an extensive collection of books about cartooning – both academic and instructional. Our reference section is a great resource on a variety of fine arts including design, illustration, animation, and photography. Our periodical section contains a near-complete run of The Comics Journal.

Unique to The Schulz library is our zine and mini-comic library, a one-of-a-kind collection of handmade publications. Students can browse through comics' untold history, and draw on this collection when making their own publications. And of course, in honor of our namesake, the Schulz library has an admirable collection of rare Peanuts books which span Schulz's career. The Schulz library is open to CCS students and is equipped with high speed wireless Internet.

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