Glacier National Park's George C. Ruhle Library serves park staff, volunteers, visiting researchers, and members of the general public. The collection consists of books, magazines, articles, and pamphlets relating to the history, culture, geology, animals, and plants of Glacier National Park.
- Browsing. Our online catalog is available through the National Park Service Library Program. Researchers may also want to search the National Park Service Integrated Resource Management Applications (IRMA) Portal for past and current research conducted within national park sites.
- Access. The general collection is open to everyone, free of charge. There is NO public internet access in the library. Food and drinks are prohibited.
- Copies of materials. Copyright rules must be observed. Photocopying is available. Digital photos (without flash) are allowed. Please be aware that fragile items may not be copied.
- Research. The library staff is able to perform limited research for patrons by email, mail, or in person. Please allow up to one month for all research requests. It is recommended that extensive research be done in person.