Start with an LVC Books search.
Not finding anything there?
Search WorldCat for books found in libraries worldwide (you'll need to use interlibrary loan).
Image Source: Paulus Hulsius, Korte oopeninge van Pauli beide brieven, geschreeven aan Timotheus. Begreepen in eenige academische kerk-reeden, Rotterdam, N. Topyn, 1727. Public domain. Wikimedia Commons.
You've found the book in the Library Catalog search. Now what? Use the call number to find the book...
In Bishop Library, most of the books are stored on the upper level or the lower level. Using your call number, first figure out what level your book is on:
A - PR
Located on the upper level
PS - Z
Located on the lower level
Located on the north and east sides of the upper level
Next, using the first two letters (which are alphabetically ordered in the book shelves), get yourself into the area of those two letters. Finally, using your call number, use the image below to walk through locating your book.
Request materials not owned by LVC via Tipasa, LVC's Interlibrary Loan system. Interlibrary Loan is a service that provides articles/materials you find from other libraries.
Almost every LVC Library database will provide a Looking for Full-Text? link on each result. If that fails to connect you to full-text, you'll be given an option to Request this Item through LVC Tipasa.
You can also request materials via Interlibrary Loan from the library's homepage Under the Get Help & Support pull down at the top of the page.
With Interlibrary Loan, you'll either get a PDF of the journal or magazine article or a hard copy that will need to be returned.
Allow 2-3 days for an article; allow up to 2 weeks for books or media.