The Library Search lists all of the books, videos, and materials at The Claremont Colleges Library. A keyword search is usually the best way to begin. When you find items of interest, check the catalog records for subject headings, and use the filters on the left side of the results tomodify your search. To learn how to use Library search you can find out more here.
Books are a core resource in mathematics, and you'll want to use the library's catalog, WMS, as well as browsing the shelves of the math collection to find books for your research.
WMS is our library catalog, and you can search in WMS by keyword, author, title, subject, &c. Search WMS by visiting here or by searching in the box to the left.
Browsing the collection is a great way to find valuable books that slip through a typical library catalog search. In academic libraries in the US, books are grouped by subject and the call numbers correspond to those subjects. You'll want the Library of Congress subject breakdown for math before you begin to browse for books in your area of interest.
See the Library of Congress Classification Outline for more information http://www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/lcco/lcco.html