The Max and Lore Zeller Library provides a specialized collection of over 6,500 volumes on Jungian psychology and related subjects including:
- sandplay therapy,
- general psychology,
- art and symbolism.
Informally established in the 1940s to meet the needs of individuals interested in learning more about analytical psychology, in 1983 the library was officially named after Max and Lore Zeller to honor their contributions.
There are over 6,500 books, 800 audio and video tapes and DVDs, and 16 journals available to the analytical community and the general population through an affordable membership fee.
Library hours are Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday from noon to 5p.m.
As a private-member library, we are accessible to local residents for a membership fee of $50 per year or $25 for half a year, and a credit card number held as security against unpaid bills and loss. Overdues are charged at the rate of $.25 per day (or, for tapes and CDs , videos and DVDs, a renewal fee equal to the original rental fee). Lost items are billed at the current cost of replacing and processing.
|Material Rental||Fee||Rental Period|
|Books and journals||none||3 weeks|
|Lecture CDs/tapes||$1/item||3 weeks|
|DVDs/video tapes||$5/item||1 week|
We are not associated with any interlibrary loan service and do not mail books.
Copying materials for private study, scholarship or research purposes:
- You may copy material at the Institute for yourself at .15/page.
- You may ask the librarian to copy material for you (no more than 30 pages will be copied; and the librarian will take care of more urgent matters first); the fee will be $.20/page if you pick it up, and $.40/page plus postage if you wish it to be mailed.
- You may request that materials be faxed to you at $1.00/page; scanning and faxing is done by the office staff, whose other duties must take precedence.