Supporting the Clark Library
The William Andrews Clark Memorial Library is a world-class repository for books and manuscripts in the fields of early modern British and European culture, Oscar Wilde and his circle, and fine printing. Rare books and manuscripts continue to increase in price, and our book funds can go only so far in giving us the means to add to the collection and to expand its depth and breadth. Donors can play a key role in helping us to acquire important material for the scholars, students, and other readers who work at the Clark.
The collection is always growing, and we encourage and welcome support from readers and donors in this growth, as well as in the administrative areas of staffing, technological development, and the physical facilities.
If you would like to donate funds: https://giving.ucla.edu/c1718.
If you would like to donate books to the Clark, please contact Gerald Cloud, the Head Librarian at (323)731-8529 or