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You can find the location of any thesis by using the call number in the library record for that thesis and by noting the floor location noted in the record. One of the most useful of these is Dissertations and Theses (Proquest).
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Pro Quest Dissertations & Theses database contains records for Ph D dissertations from 1861 through the present, and it allows you to search via keyword, date or institution.
This is often the fastest way to find electronic versions of Cornell dissertations. You can search Dissertations & Theses @ Cornell University and the Weill Medical College, a subset of Pro Quest Dissertations & Theses, or go to Pro Quest Dissertations & Theses and choose the Advanced Search.