The Ward and Massey Libraries

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The Ward and Massey Libraries

The Ward and Massey Libraries, specializing in the works of the Austrian school of economics and classical liberalism, have been the grateful recipients of a number of valuable collections, including the books of Murray N. Rothbard, Robert Higgs, Richard Ebeling, Bettina and Percy Greaves, Jr., Gary North, Zygmund Dobbs, Robert LeFevre, Sudha Shenoy, and Naomi Moldofsky, among many others.

This large special collections and research library is housed on the first, second, and third floors of the Mises Institute, and is available for in-house use only. The private collection includes over 35,000 titles, many are rare first and out-of-print editions. Library hours are 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. CT, Monday–Friday.

Browse the Collection here.

In addition, an ever-increasing number of library titles are also made available as free PDF and ePub files. Furthermore, many titles that are included in the library are also available for purchase in our Bookstore.

Research Requests

Scholarly researchers, whose written requests have been reviewed and approved, can make an appointment to use the Archive resources.

Interested in Research at the Mises Institute?

Submit a written request to Dr. Joseph Salerno. The request should include a research proposal, a basic time frame your research would involve, and two letters of reference from faculty who are familiar with your academic work.

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