North American libraries for which profiles have been received are listed below. An electronic form is available for submission of additional profiles.

( A web-searchable database of collection profiles will be created if we receive a sufficient number of library profiles.)
Andover-Harvard Theological Library
Harvard Divinity School
Contact information:
Louis Charles Willard
charles_willard@harvard.edu
Phone: 617-496-1618
Strengths & emphases of collection: Unitarian Universalist Association and predecessor bodies; ABCFM
Volumes added yearly: 100 to 500
Collecting policy: N/A
Online catalog: www.harvard.edu
Special Collections: Portions of the ABCFM collection; archival collections of UUA and prededessors.

The Burke Library
Union Theological Seminary, New York
Contact information:
Seth Kasten
skasten@uts.columbia.edu
Phone: 212/280-1501
Strengths & emphases of collection: China, Africa (mostly English-language materials) ; various mainline Protestant denominations/organizations
Volumes added yearly: 100 to 500
Collecting policy: Systematic and intentional collection of world Christianity documentation for research purposes
Online catalog: http://library.uts.columbia.edu
Special Collections: The Missionary Research Library Collection; The William Adams Brown Ecumenical Collection; some finding aids available

Divinity Library
Duke University
Contact information:
Roger Loyd
roger.loyd@duke.edu
Phone: 919-660-3452
Strengths & emphases of collection: Europe, Latin America, South Asia, East Asia
Methodist, Anglican, Quaker
Volumes added yearly: more than 500
Collecting policy:Systematic and intentional collection of world Christianity documentation for research purposes
Online catalog: http://www.lib.duke.edu/online_catalog.html
Special Collections: Special collections are centralized in the Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Special Collections Library at Duke. See their web page at: http://scriptorium.lib.duke.edu/

G M Elliott Library
Cincinnati Bible College & Seminary
Contact information:
Lori Thornton
Lori.Thornton@cincybible.edu
Phone: 513-244-8435 or 513-244-8680
Strengths & emphases of collection:: Christian Churches & Churches of Christ;
Asia; Africa; Latin America; United States
Volumes added yearly: 100 to 500
Collecting policy: Collection of world Christianity documentation relevant to current curriculum emphases or specific academic programs.
Online catalog:Internet access forthcoming
Special Collections: Mission newsletters (Christian Churches and Churches of Christ.) Books translated by missionaries into the language groups of the peoples with whom they work. Bibles available in various languages; a few hymnals in non-English languages.

Moulton Library
Bangor Theological Seminary
Contact information:
Clifton G. Davis
cdavis@BTS.edu
Phone: (207) 942-6781, ext. 122
Strengths & emphases of collection: World missionary movement of 19th century. Primarily English language. Missionary biography.
Congregationalists. ABCFM. World Alliance of Reformed Churches. World Council of Churches.
Volumes added yearly: 100 - 500
Collecting policy:Collection of world Christianity documentation relevant to current curriculum emphases or specific academic programs.
Online catalog:N/A
Special Collections: N/A.

Pitts Theology Library
Candler School of Theology, Emory University
Contact information:
M. Patrick Graham
libmpg@emory.edu
Phone: 404-727-4165
Strengths & emphases of collection: Sub-Saharan Africa; All Christian denominations;Current periodicals produced in Africa. (230 subscriptions)
Volumes added yearly: 100 to 500
Collecting policy:Systematic and intentional collection of world Christianity documentation for research purposes
Online catalog: Select EUCLID at www.library.emory.edu
Special Collections: N/A

Speer/Luce Libraries
Princeton Theological Seminary
Contact information:
Stephen D. Crocco
stephen.crocco@ptsem.edu
Phone: 609-497-7930
Strengths & emphases of collection: The Americas and Europe; Africa and Asia less so; Presbyterian/Reformed; "we are heavily involved, along with Princeton University, in a Latin American Serials Project, and we collect a good deal of material in Korean, because of the strength of Presbyterianism in that country. Other than this, collection emphases tend to be driven by the interests of faculty (past and present), for example Samuel Zwemer's interest in Islamic cultures some generations ago."
Volumes added yearly: more than 500 (around 5,000)
Collecting policy:Systematic and intentional collection of world Christianity documentation for research purposes
Online catalog: http://www.ptsem.edu under Resources, select Library under Connect to the Library Catalog, option 1 is preferable.
Special Collections: Latin American materials, while a particular strength, are not a special collection. Some finding aids available. Some finding aids are entered as bibliographic records in the library catalog.

William Broadhurst Library
Nazarene Theological Seminary
Contact information:
William Miller
wcmiller@nts.edu
Phone: 816-333-6254
Strengths & emphases of collection: Denominational (Church of the Nazarene) activities in world areas. Included are serial publications, monographs, academic projects and thesis submitted to Nazarene institutions world wide, etc. Strong holdings are for Central and South America (Costa Rica, Mexico, Guatemala, Agentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Peru), Pacific rim countries (Korea, Japan, Philippines, China), African (Republic of South Africa, Kenya). We are just beginning to collect materials from India, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Ivroy Coast, and Nigeria. As the denomination is registered in over 100 countries, this library will eventually collect materials from each of these countries.
Volumes added yearly: 100 to 500
Collecting policy: Collection of world Christianity documentation relevant to current curriculum emphases or specific academic programs.
Online catalog: http://kcpl.kcpl.lib.mo.us [We participate in a cooperative OPAC with 18 other libraries.]
Special Collections: Denomination headquarters located adjacent to the seminary holds special collections type material in the denominational archives. The archives has finding aids available.

Yale Divinity School Library
Yale Divinity School
Contact information Paul Stuehrenberg
divinity.library@yale.edu
Phone: 432-5290
Strengths & emphases of collection:Perhaps the largest collection in North America related to missions and world Christianity. Emphasis on Protestant missions but Catholic and Orthodox material also collected. Scholarly secondary works as well as primary documentation collected.
Volumes added yearly: more than 500
Collecting policy:Systematic and intentional collection of world Christianity documentation for research purposes
Online catalog: http://webpac.library.yale.edu
Special Collections: More than 2,500 linear feet of archival and manuscript material related to missions and world Christianity. China Records Project collection includes personal papers of more than 300 former missionaries. Emphasis on mainline denominations and the indigenous churches that arose from their mission work, as well as ecumenical and student work. Online finding aids available : http://www.library.yale/div/speccoll.htm.
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