Root Cellar's Library

Root Cellar Library Docents have recently completed the shelf check of our holdings and entry of such into a database. With nearly 6,000 volumes in the library, this has been a long and arduous task. The result will be a searchable catalog on the Online Catalog page of this website. At present, a small sampling is posted there. While this posting to the Library page will take some time to complete, we have provided below the new catalog as a set of searchable PDF files for you to download and use on your computer. Those will be updated from time to time. We hope this will help your research.

 

The following links will take multiple minutes to download the file.
Titles List (5 MB., updated 9 Nov 2014)
Catalog – Part One (31 MB., updated 9 Nov 2014)
Catalog – Part Two (31 MB., updated 9 Nov 2014)
Catalog – Part Three (20 MB., updated 9 Nov 2014)
 

 

 

The Library was profiled in the Vol 36, No. 1 (Feb. 2014) issue of ROOT CELLAR PRESERVES which can be found in the members-only section of this website. Note that new additions to the Library are listed in each issue of PRESERVES.

 
Root Cellar's Library is located at the
California State Archives
1020 O Street, Sacramento, California
 
Finding the library room:
Proceed to the fourth floor of the Sec. of State Archives building. The Root Cellar library is in one of the rooms adjacent and connecting to the big round pubic reading area. To avoid paying for parking, take the light rail system. The Archives Plaza Station is nearby.
 
When you visit, don't forget to sign the visitor log. Knowing when patrons
use the facility is key to scheduling volunteer Docents and facility hours.
 
 
 
Library Holdings Online Catalog Project Update – November 6, 2014
 
Inventory of the library's holdings has been completed. Catalog data is currently being prepared for posting on the website's Online Catalog page. A lot of credit goes to Denise Miller who has spent uncounted hours creating the inventory and many more doing data entry. Thanks also goes to Ron Setzer (technical support) and to the following volunteers who helped with the physical inventory: Sammie Hudgens, Jack Banks and Marilyn Ulbricht.