The Lincoln Library is the ICDA’s Library, and is made up of three offices.
Lincoln Library and its offices, located on the ICDA main campus, take up a physical area of 453 square meters. Our inventory is made up of more than 16,500 items.
The history of the Lincoln Library goes back to 1970, when the institution moved to a new locale in Gazcue. Then our collection consisted basically of reference books to be consulted by the staff of the Cultural Division, of the Information Department of the United States, and topics of American culture which were the general interest of the local community.
After being closed for several years, in 1995, we reopened our doors to provide services mainly to the schools of the ICDA: Domínico Americano School, Domínico Americano Language Institute, and Domínico Americano University.
Currently, we continue to be the favorite of a diverse population which values our philosophy of orientation toward service and of being open to the community.
Our mission is to provide information services, as well as scientific, technical, humanistic and recreational documentation to the students and teachers of the educational programs of Instituto Cultural Domínico Americano and to the community in general, as well as technology for instructional ends.