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is a comprehensive general library with heavy emphasis on business, education, humanities and social sciences, communication and science. A collection of video and DVD formats and the Riderana/University Archives provide special support.

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Located on Rider's Lawrenceville campus, the building is named for Franklin F. Moore.

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is heavily oriented toward vocal, choral and keyboard music. Printed music, recorded music, monographs and periodicals on these topics are of prime interest. Special collections and a library of printed music for performance complete the collections.

Located on Westminster Choir College's Princeton campus, the building is named for Katharine Houk Talbott.

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