The Gund Library's catalog is part of a shared catalog with CWRU and CIM. After you get the results to your search, if you want to know only what is in the Gund Library, you will need to modify the search to limit your results to CIA's library.
CIA patrons may borrow books from the CWRU and CIM libraries.
If you are interested in children's books that have won the Caldecott Medal, you may want to look at our Research Guide: Caldecott Award Winning Illustrated Children's Books.
You'll find a little about the history of the Caldecott Medal as well as a complete list of the Caldecott winners, which CIA Library has a complete collection of that you can look at and check out!
You will often have to translate the concepts you are looking for into the subject words and phrases used in library catalogs and indexes. For the CIA library catalog, the following SUBJECTS are most useful:
The main subject terms are often subdivided by sub-topics, place, and/or time period (to limit a concept or to focus more closely on a specific topic); for example: ILLUSTRATION OF BOOKS -- 2Oth CENTURY or ILLUSTRATORS -- UNITED STATES -- BIOGRAPHY. There are MANY other subjects that may be useful beyond these.
Can’t find anything? Are the items you want unavailable? Check the and request that books be sent to the CIA Library for your use.
NC 960 - NC 968 book illustration
Z 116- Z 659 book trade (from printing to copyright)
NC 975 - NC 995 illustration by country
NC 1860 illustration of greeting cards
NC 1845 .A68 illustration of posters
NC 730 - NC 930 illustration -- technique