About the Armstrong Browning Library

While committed to a focus on the British-born poets Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, the Armstrong Browning Library (ABL) is a 19th-century research center, housed in a museum-like setting, with significant holdings regarding literature and culture in Britain and America from 1800 to 1900.  This special collection, occupying a three-story Italian Renaissance-style building on the campus of Baylor University in Waco, Texas, includes poetical and literary manuscripts (600), original letters (11,000), books and periodicals (33,000 volumes), musical scores (1,500), as well as objects d’art, fine art, and stained glass.

For more information about the ABL, its holdings, and hours of operation, visit the ABL website.

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