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The Frank A. Lee Library is one of 20 libraries at Cornell University and is located at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, New York. The library serves the information needs of the faculty, research staff and graduate students involved in research and outreach in the departments of Entomology, Plant Pathology, Horticultural Sciences and Food Science and Technology.

The library also serves the staff and faculty located at the Hudson Valley Laboratory and the Fredonia Vineyard Laboratory.

The staff members of the NYS Integrated Pest Management Program, the USDA Plant Genetics Resources Unit and the Grape Genetics Research Unit, all of which are located at the Experiment Station, also use the library?s collections and services.

The library collection, both print and electronic, focuses on the production, protection, and processing of horticulture food crops of economic importance in New York, with in-depth collections on enology and viticulture.

The library is named after Frank A. Lee, former Food Chemist at the Experiment Station, and is open to the public.


Questions or comments, contact the Library
E-mail: leelibrary@cornell.edu
Phone: 315.787.2214
Fax: 315.787.2276
Frank A. Lee Library
Jordan Hall
NYSAES, Cornell University
630 West North Street
Geneva, NY 14456
USA