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CORSAIR Contact Information

CORSAIR is the comprehensive online collections catalog of The Morgan Library & Museum. It is also the gateway to online research resources focusing on the Morgan's collections, such as images and detailed descriptions and bibliographies of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts. Both CORSAIR and the collection information contained in CORSAIR records are works in progress. We welcome questions and comments about both.

Please with questions or comments about how to use CORSAIR.

For questions about collection items, contact the curatorial department listed in the Dept./Collection: field that appears in all CORSAIR records for rare material. If no department is listed, contact the Head of the Reference Collection.

The Morgan is not a lending institution, and does not participate in interlibrary loan programs. Appointments are required to consult material in the Reading Room and the Drawing Study Center.

Information on obtaining images of Morgan collection items and permission to reproduce or quote from collection items is available from the Department of Photography & Rights.

The bibliographies linked to CORSAIR records for medieval and Renaissance manuscripts contain references to books and articles that have come to our attention since 1989. References to scholarly publications that have escaped our notice are most welcome. Please e-mail citations to

As an independent library for researchers and scholars we cannot provide general reference service. For general reference questions please consult your local public library or these Internet resources:
The Morgan Library & Museum cannot provide appraisals of rare items. You may wish to consult:
  • Your Old Books. Association of Research Libraries, American Library Association.
    "This guide covers some frequently asked questions about rare books and book values."
  • The Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America, publishes an annual membership directory. It includes subject and geographical indices to help you contact the booksellers who might be of assistance.

General inquiries and visitor information
Tel: (212) 685-0008
Fax: (212) 481-3484

Box office
Purchase tickets for concerts, lectures, and other public programs.
Tel: (212) 685-0008, ext. 560
Online: Calendar of events

Corporate support
Tel: (212) 590-0325

Drawing Institute

Group tours
Tel: (212) 685-0008, ext. 561
Fax: (212) 768-5692

Public programs and concerts
Tel: (212) 590-0333

School groups
Tel: (212) 590-0331

Employment opportunities and volunteer information

Fax: (212) 481-3484
No calls please

Tel: (212) 590-0322

Morgan Dining Room
Tel: (212) 683-2130

Morgan Shop
Tel: (212) 590-0390

Press room
Tel: (212) 590-0311

Research services
Reading Room
Tel: (212) 590-0315
Fax: (212) 768-5615

Imaging and Rights
Tel: (212) 590-0386
Fax: (212) 685-7913

Staff listings by department can be found under curatorial and library and museum services contacts.

Special events
Tel: (212) 590-0326

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The programs of The Morgan Library & Museum are made possible with public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

Background images: Photography by Todd Eberle unless otherwise noted. © 2006 Todd Eberle.