Library and Archives
Located on the third floor of the Museum, the Vargas library and archives hold a vast body of books, documents and memorabilia pertaining to Jorge B. Vargas and his historical context, including the American colonial period, the Commonwealth era, and the Japanese Occupation.
The library houses 3,193 book titles and 1,542 volumes of periodicals classified into Vargasiana (published materials on and by Jorge B. Vargas), Quezoniana (works on President Manuel L. Quezon), Rizaliana, Sports, Law books and various Serials. Manuscripts and rare books numbering among them, these titles fall under the areas of Philippine ethnography, history, linguistics, art, philately, and numismatics.
SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT
For inquiries and to request to access the library and archives of the U.P. Jorge B. Vargas Museum and Filipiniana Research Center, please write a formal request letter and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Kindly indicate the topic of interest or purpose of your visit/research and address your letter to the museum curator. Visit the library website for further information.