The Library of Congress has a vast amount of German materials (books, dissertation indexes, newspapers, periodicals, government documents, manuscripts, maps, photographs, prints, posters, films, sound recordings, and databases) in both its General Collections as well as Special Collections.
Overview of the German Language and Literature Collection
Most of the reference material on German language and literature can be found in the Reference Room on the 1st floor of Mullen Library (non-circulating). The call number ranges for Germanic language is PD 1-7159 and West Germanic PF 1-5999.The call numbers for Germanic literature are PT 1-4897. Circulating material is found in the Mullen Library stacks. Floor map of Mullen Library; Map of Mullen Stacks. Check the WRLC catalog for monographs and journals that could be applicable to your topic. Check the CU’s e-journals for full text journal articles online.