Apollo 11 Memories

Library patrons, community leaders share where they were 50 years ago

Public Programs

Lectures by internationally-known speakers and researchers


Journals and monographs focusing on science, technology, and engineering

History of Science

Rare books including those by Isaac Newton, Nicolaus Copernicus, and Charles Darwin

Urban Arboretum

A park-like setting of 14 acres surrounds the Library

NOTICE: The Library’s main building entrance will be closed the week of July 22. Patrons will be directed to enter through the West Entrance.

Please note the West Entrance is not ADA compliant. Patrons needing special assistance should call 816.926.8741 before arriving.

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The Linda Hall Library Foundation, in partnership with the Library, supports public programs, research fellowships, and collections preservation. Your financial contribution creates the opportunity to explore the wonders of science.
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Linda Hall Library


The Linda Hall Library will once again offer Fellowships to assist scholars’ research stays in the Library’s collections. Fellowships are available from one week to a full academic year for projects in the history of science and related science and technology disciplines.
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