This facility is intended to serve students and other researchers from the southern and central San Joaquin Valley and is available to all individuals with an interest in anthropology.
Books and journals donated by the estates of Gay Weinberger (a long-time professor of anthropology at the college) and Jack and Betty Atwater (Tulare County avocational archaeologists) form the nucleus of the library. The dominant themes of the collection are archaeology and ethnography of the San Joaquin Valley and aboriginal rock art of western North America. The Library also houses a broad selection of books that focus on the natural and cultural elements of New Guinea donated by the estate of William Richardson.
The library is housed in the main library in room L-447. For further information, call 559.791.2298 or 559.791.2318.