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Association of Independent Libraries (Popularity: )
Directory and guide to the history and collections of existing subscription libraries in the United Kingdom.

American Antiquarian Society (Popularity: )
Research library in Massachusetts specialising in American history and culture up to 1876. History, catalogues, online exhibits and guides to ...

The London Library (Popularity: )
Scholarly subscription library in central London collecting principally in the humanities. History, collections, membership information and online catalogue.

Chetham's Library (Popularity: )
Founded in 1653 in Manchester, England and open free of charge. History, list of manuscripts and online catalogue.

The Wiener Library (Popularity: )
Modern Jewish history collection in London with special reference to Nazism and antisemitism. Events, facilities and history of the library.

The Wellcome Library for the History and Understanding of Medicine (Popularity: )
Research library in London, open to the public free of charge. Catalogues of books, archives and images.

Marx Memorial Library (Popularity: )
Subscription lending library in London dedicated to Marxism and labour movements. Overview of collections, lecture programme and membership rates.

American Library in Paris (Popularity: )
A private, non-profit English-language library in Paris, France since 1920. Site includes information on membership, collections, services, and events.

The Portico Library and Gallery (Popularity: )
A UK subscription library from Manchester featuring 19th century literature, local school exhibits, artist submissions, and gallery.

St Deiniol's Library (Popularity: )
Information on this library founded by William Ewart Gladstone in 1889 for the promotion of "Divine Learning". Includes details on ...

Booklend (Popularity: )
A free personal library of books available by post, operating on the honor system.