ProQuest and Bibliothèque National de France Advance Access to Important and Rare Works via Early European Books ProgramWorks via Early European Books Program

“ProQuest and the Bibliothèque national de France BnF in Paris are joining forces to expand access to the Librarys rich historical treasures. As part of its Early European Books program, ProQuest will digitize about 70,000 volumes from BnFs collection of European books printed before 1700. The collection, which is world renowned for its breadth and quality, includes 3,000 works printed before 1501, providing researchers with simple, online insight into early European history and culture.”When we speak to users of Early European Books around the world, the Bibliothèque national de France is one of the most-requested sources of content,” said Mary Sauer-Games, ProQuest Vice-President, Information Solutions. “This collection represents centuries of effort to acquire and preserve books on all manner of subjects. It is thrilling for us to be able to work with such a prestigious institution and to make this content easily available to researchers across the globe.”

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