The Rudolf Steiner Library
, mail-order lending library of the Anthroposophical Society in America, is home to the largest collection of Rudolf Steiner's works in North America. The library holds about 27,000 books and manuscripts, as well as a growing collection of audiovisual materials and online resources. Rudolf Steiner's many practical initiatives are represented in our extensive collection of materials on Waldorf and curative education; biodynamic agriculture, food, and nutrition; anthroposophic medicine; phenomenological science; and social thought.
In addition to anthroposophical works, the library has an outstanding collection in world spirituality, featuring seminal works of Eastern philosophy; Judaica; Christian mysticism; Western philosophy; Russian Orthodox spirituality; Celtica; and Biblical studies. Works on science, death and dying, alternative health and nutrition, and Goethe studies round out the collection.