Answered By: Andrew Grace Last Updated: Apr 06, 2018 Views: 7
Joyner Library has an extensive collection of maps for you to use.
To search just for maps in One Search, click the Content Type option and select maps:
This will display all of the maps in our collection. You can limit your search further by including the library location depending on the type of map you are looking for. If you are searching for a North Carolina based map, select any of the NC Collection options. If you are looking for any other type of map, select Federal Documents collection.
Maps are located in the basement of Joyner Library in these areas of the basement:
Some maps may be available on the 3rd floor in the North Carolina Collection or the 4th floor in the Rare Collection. You will need to ask at the service desk in the North Carolina Collection to access these materials.
Indexes are shelved near the collections, and in the first draw of each major collection. The drawer should be labeled 'Indexes'. You can use these indexes to find specific maps within the set.
Some maps, such as trail maps for national parks, may be shelved in the general stacks of the Federal Documents.
If you have any questions, you can contact the Research Desk at (252)328-6677 or Andrew Grace at firstname.lastname@example.org.