Graduate Theological Union


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Use of the Archives

Collections in the GTU Archives are open to researchers whether faculty, student, or interested individual unless restrictions are placed by the donor or the GTU Administration to protect privacy or confidentiality.

Rare Books

Rare Materials in the GTU Library Collection

Rare books and other rare materials in the GTU Library collection are available for the use of GTU faculty, students, visiting scholars, and other library users Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Requests for use of materials must be submitted before 4:30 p.m. Special research needs may be accommodated; please contact the Reference Desk at (510) 649-2501 /

Frankl Bibliography

Bibliography of Works by and about  Viktor Frankl and Logotherapy in the GTU Archives

(Organized by author)


Chapters in Books

Arasteh, A. Reza|Viktor Frankl|Final Integration in the Adult Personality, Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1965

Arnold, Magda B., and John A. Gasson|Logotherapy and Existential Analysis|The Human Person, Ronald Press, 1954

Frankl Collection and Logotherapy


  Robert Leslie, Victor Frankl, Vienna ca. 1961
Victor Frankl, Robert Leslie,
Vienna, 1961

The Viktor E. Frankl Collection

The GTU archives has one of the most important collections of Viktor Frankl and Logotherapy materials in the United States.

Manuscript Collections by Title

Manuscript Collection

Collections that have been fully processed link to the record in Grace or to the Finding Aid on Online Archive of California (OAC). Collections that have been processed but not listed on Grace or OAC have hard copy finding aids and do not have a hyperlink. Unprocessed collections are identified as such and are not accessible by patrons.


Art Exhibitions at the GTU Library

Ceramic by Susan Duhan Felix Current Exhibition

Creation: A Susan Duhan Felix Retrospective
June 13, 2017 - August 15, 2017
Opening event, June 13, 2017, 5 pm, Tour of exhibit by artist begins at 5:15

Library Director's Office


Clay-Edward Dixon, Library Director

Caryl Woulfe, Assistant to the Director


Internet Stations

The Internet enables the GTU Library to expand its access to research and educational resources worldwide for the benefit of the students, faculty, and staff of the Graduate Theological Union. Five workstations are available in the library for general use. Additional stations provide access to research databases and library catalogs.

Flora Lamson Hewlett Library

Welcome to the Flora Lamson Hewlett Library of the Graduate Theological Union


The Graduate Theological Union's Flora Lamson Hewlett Library is one of the most comprehensive theological libraries in the country, with 450,000 volumes, more than 1500 periodical subscriptions, and 292,000 microforms and audio-visual materials, providing service for future parish ministers, seminary educators, scholars, and community leaders.

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