This page lists a selection of libraries with francophone collections outside of France and the UK.
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The Library of Congress - US
The national library of the United States.
Université de Liège
This catalogue gives you access to more than 500 000 books and 45 000 magazines. Free of charge.
French Collections at the Widener Library - Harvard University
The French and Italian collections at the Widener Library are among the richest anywhere and are closely tied in with library collections elsewhere in the Harvard system (including the Biblioteca Berenson at Villa I Tatti in Florence, Italy).
The Huntington Library, Arts Collections and Botanical Gardens - US
The Huntington holds important collections and research materials on French 18th-century art.
Université du Quebec à Montreal
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Université de Genève
The library catalogue of the University of Geneva, and also a portal to all other libraries in Geneva.
Trinity College Library - Dublin
The library of Trinity College has valuable French holdings, for example, in 19th-century theatre.