These are recommended books for the history of mathematics. But these are only a handful of them, and they are general to all the history of mathematics instead of a particular subject in the history of mathematics, you can use the library catalog to find more books about your particular topic.
The non-Electronic history of mathematics books we have are located on the 5th floor, primarily in the QAs. When you find a book in the catalog that you want, write down its full call number so that you can find it in the stacks.
A lot of books that are out or print have free ebooks available. These are good sources to find them.
Mathematics has a very long history with many interesting points and topics. These books may provide a good starting place for you. Use the catalog to find books at your level on your particular topic. Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.