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Tom of Finland Foundation has a large selection of books, publications and much, much more.
While we are not a lending library, visitors have access to the collection during their visit.
Due to the hard work of our volunteer librarians, we are happy to present information on our collection.

LibraryThing

The World's Largest Book Club


Check it out! See what books Foundation has in its Library!

You can search with the box on the right side of the screen and the drop-down menu by title, author, subject, etc., or just press enter.

This is a work in progress! We currently have 500 books (a little less than half the Library) in LibraryThing and more titles are being added weekly. The list is in order of entry, so the first books on the list are the last ones loaded.

Because the books we have are rather rare, not many other members have them, so there aren’t many reviews or comments. If you join LibraryThing, you can put your own books in (up to 200 for free) and write reviews, etc.

So, go take a look and have some “literary” fun!

Tom of Finland listings on LibraryThing.

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Posted 05/03/2013

Koha An In-Depth Look At Our Collection

Efforts to bring our library catalog online with Koha are moving forward. We now have a functional server, but are not ready to open it to the public.

Koha is the first free and open source software library automation package (ILS). Development is sponsored by libraries of varying types and sizes, volunteers, and support companies from around the world.

To learn more about Koha, visit the Koha Community.

Posted 05/03/2013

TOM OF FINLAND FOUNDATION 2003 - 2013


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