About the Huntington Library


The Huntington Library
1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, California 91108
+1 626.405.2100

The conference will take place at the Huntington Library, in San Marino, California, USA. As one of the world’s great research libraries, the Huntington also holds the papers of Elizabeth von Arnim and early editions of Katherine Mansfield’s stories. The library is situated amidst stunning gardens, well worth a visit on their own. Conference registrants will receive complimentary admission to the library grounds, including the gardens and museums.

For Conference Participants Wishing to Use the Research Library:

Please note that conference participants will NOT be admitted to the research library unless they have a current reader card.

Individuals wishing to apply for reading privileges at The Huntington should submit an application to the Reader Services Department by June 1, 2017. For application requirements and instructions, please visit Aeon, The Huntington’s collection management and reader registration system.

Readers with expired cards can schedule a renewal appointment online. If it has been ten years or more since you last visited The Huntington to conduct research as a reader, please contact Reader Services for instructions.

To check the renewal eligibility of a reader card, to apply for a new reader card, or for answers to any other access questions, please contact Reader Services at readerregistration@huntington.org or call 626-405-2191

The Huntington Library’s web site includes additional information about obtaining admission to the research library.