There is a link to a .epw file, 502-61NC5F-pcb-part-libraries.epw.
.epw files are ECAD Part Wizard files, available from RS: ECAD Part Wizard, which unfortunately requires M$ Excel. An alternative is DesignSpark’s PCB Part Library, which requires Windows (but maybe able to run in a Wineskin on OSX).
See Import-PCB-Part-Library-parts-to-EAGLE video, which shows how to automatically import into EagleCAD. However, as the video demonstrates, a login is required, meaning that you have to sign up for a service.
This is a great webpage, written by Mike Perks in 2005, which I came across whilst reading Stripboard. Unfortunately, the link therein was dead and it took me a while to locate it. I have taken the liberty to reproduce it here, as it may get lost again, in the sands of time, that is the web. The zip file is here: http://archive.is/download/Pz2iz.zip
EagleCAD can have a bit of a steep learning curve, especially for those who have never used a CAD package before. Even if you are familiar with CAD there may be a few finer points that become gotchas after using Eagle for a while…