The Haddon Library

[The Canonical
          Stack]
The Canonical Stack—book sculpture by
Christopher Evans and Issam Kourbaj (photograph, David Webb). The sculpture was an arrangement of books, mainly from the Haddon Library, and was photographed in situ there on 8 March 2008. All the books are now back in their normal use.

The Haddon Library serves the staff, research students and undergraduates of the University, together with members of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society. Staff and students of other Universities are welcome to read here, on production of evidence of academic bona fides. Other visitors should enquire in advance.

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News and Events

A minute’s silence at 11:00

The silence is to be observed across the UK in memory of those who died in Manchester. Cambridge libraries are observing it, and we hope people in the Haddon will do so too.

There isn’t a way of signalling the start and end of it library-wide. But your own timepieces will tell you.

Opening hours, Easter Term

Mon-Thurs 08:45-17:15; Fri 09:15-17:15; Sat 09:00-13:00, 14:00-17:00.

So we’re open on Saturdays, but closed on Sundays.

In May, we’ll stay open on weekdays till 19:00. And that includes the two bank holidays — Mon 1 May and Mon 29 May.

And here comes advance warning about what we do at the end of term. We’d like all Haddon books returned from loan, please, on or before Thursday 15 June. Beware our £10 surcharge on fines for books that miss that end-of-term deadline. Borrowing for the long vacation will start on Friday 16 June.

Good luck with this term!