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  1. Sjoerd Koopman Library Postcard Collection
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    The Sjoerd Koopman Library Postcard Collection includes pictorial and photographic postcards of libraries throughout the United States and Europe. Subjects include public libraries, private libraries, academic libraries, library interiors, reading rooms, and bookmobiles. Collection size: approximately 535 items.
  2. Fisk Library, Nashville, Tennessee
    Image | 2010

    FISK UNIVERSITY, Nashville, Tenn., LIBRARY BLDG.
  3. Tennessee A. & I. Library, Nashville, Tennessee
    Image | 2010

    TENNESSEE A. & I., Nashville, Tenn., LIBRARY BLDG.
  4. Lawson McGhee Library, Knoxville, Tennessee
    Image | 2010

    LAWSON MC GHEE LIBRARY, KNOXVILLE, TENN.
  5. L. B. J. Library, Austin, Texas (2)
    Image | 2010

    The Lyndon Baines Johnson Library, on the campus of The University of Texas at Austin.
  6. Sam Rayburn Library, Bonham, Texas (1)
    Image | 2010

    BONHAM, TEXAS, The Sam Rayburn Library. Erected in 1956 to preserve the official records of Sam Rayburn, who has served as Speaker of the U. S. House of Representatives longer than any other person. The library has many thousands of visitors annually from all parts of the nation.
  7. Christopher A. Parr Public Library, Plano, Texas
    Image | 2010

    Christopher A. Parr Public Library, Plano, Texas, PSA, Phillips Swager Associates
  8. John Preston McConnell Library, Radford, Virginia
    Image | 2010

    JOHN PRESTON MC CONNELL LIBRARY, RADFORD, VA.
  9. Charles L. Cooke Memorial Library, Roanoke, Virginia
    Image | 2010

    THE CHARLES L. COOKE MEMORIAL LIBRARY, HOLLINS COLLEGE, VA.
  10. Boatwright Memorial Library, Richmond, Virginia
    Image | 2010

    Boatwright Memorial Library
  11. Alderman Memorial Library, Charlottesville, Virginia
    Image | 2010

    THE ALDERMAN MEMORIAL LIBRARY, UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.
  12. Mary Helen Cochran Library, Sweet Briar, Virginia
    Image | 2010

    Fletcher, Mary Helen Cochran Library, and Academic, landmarks at Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, Va. This small independent liberal arts college for women, opened in 1906, has a 2800-acre campus, formerly Sweet Briar Plantation. The Mary Helen Cochran Library, given by Fergus Reid in 1929, now contains more than 83,000 volumes.
  13. Newport News Public Library, Virginia
    Image | 2010

    Public Library, Newport News, Virginia
  14. George C. Marshall Research Library, Lexington, Virginia
    Image | 2010

    The George C. Marshall Research Library, Lexington, Virginia, is a ""living"" memorial to the late World War II Chief of Staff, a VMI graduate of 1901. As Secretary of State he established the plan for European recovery for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace. Funds for construction came from private citizens and philanthropic organization throughout the country...
  15. Alderman Memorial Library, Charlottesville, Virginia (1)
    Image | 2010

    ALDERMAN MEMORIAL LIBRARY, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia. - Named for Edwin Anderson Alderman the library is built on the side of a hill. Although its front is only two stories high you can enter on its fourth floor.
  16. Seattle Public Library, Washington
    Image | 2010

    PUBLIC LIBRARY, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, COST $300,000, CONTAINS 85,000 VOLUMES
  17. Holland Library, Pullman, Washington
    Image | 2010

    HOLLAND LIBRARY, WSC, contains 600,000 bound volumes and several million unbound books, pamphlets, etc. Dedication date was May28, 1950 honoring a former president Ernest O. Holland.
  18. Bouillon Library, Ellensburg, Washington
    Image | 2010

    BOUILLON LIBRARY Central Washington College, Ellensburg, Wash.
  19. Lower Columbia Junior College Library, Longview, Washington
    Image | 2010

    LOWER COLUMBIA JUNIOR COLLEGE, Library, Quiet, well-lighted, an attractive, efficient place for college study, the library at Lower Columbia contains 15,000 volumes, 375 records and subscribes to 175 periodicals.
  20. Seattle Public Library, Washington (1)
    Image | 2010

    SEATTLE PUBLIC LIBRARY, This new ultra-modern facility in the downtown area reflects the very latest in architectural beauty and functional efficiency.
  21. Crosby Library, Spokane, Washington
    Image | 2010

    THE CROSBY LIBRARY, located in the center of the Gonzaga University campus, is a gift of Bing Crosby, an alumnus and regent of the school. The classic building houses more than 155,000 volumes and many special collections, including the memorabilia contained in the Crosbyana room.
  22. Suzzalla & Allen Library, Seattle, Washington
    Image | 2010

    University of Washington
  23. Seattle Public Library, Washington (2)
    Image | 1963

    Tennessee Pink marble, and heat absorbing plate glass. It has a floor space of 200,000 square feet and shelving area for one million volumes, as well as reading rooms, conference rooms, and an auditorium. The artwork in this building is by some of the finest Northwest artists - George Tsutakawa, Glen Alps, James Fitzgerald and Ray Jensen.
  24. Seattle Public Library, Washington (6)
    Image | 2010

    Detail, Interior Skin, Seattle Public Library, Photo: Lara Swimmer
  25. Folger Shakespearian Library, Washington, D.C. (3)
    Image | 2010

    The Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, Administered by the Trustees of Amherst College, The Second Street Faade, the fountain, and the figure of Puck by Brenda Putnam, Photography by William Rittase
  26. Folger Shakespearian Library, Washington, D.C. (4)
    Image | 2010

    The Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, Administered by the Trustees of Amherst College, The Reading Room, general view, Photograph by Horydczak
  27. Folger Shakespearian Library, Washington, D.C. (5)
    Image | 2010

    The Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, Administered by the Trustees of Amherst College, The Stage of the Shakespearian Theater, Photograph by Horydczak
  28. Library of Congress (6)
    Image | 2010

    and the cresting of the dome terminates in a gilded finial representing the torch of Science ever burning.
  29. Library of Congress (7)
    Image | 2010

    Congressional Library, Washington, D.C.
  30. Library of Congress (12)
    Image | 1900

    NORTH STAIRCASE, CENTRAL STAIR HALL, LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, COPYRIGHT, 1900, BY DETROIT PHOTOGRAPHIC CO.
  31. Library of Congress (16)
    Image | 2010

    READING ROOM, LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, WASHINGTON, D. C.
  32. Library of Congress (17)
    Image | 2010

    Study"" By Charles S. Pearce, Library of Congress.
  33. Library of Congress (18)
    Image | 2010

    RELIGION, BY CHARLES S. PEARCE, LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, WASHINGTON, D. C.
  34. Library of Congress (19)
    Image | 2010

    THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, Washington, D. C., The Gutenberg Bible
  35. Swen F. Parson Library, Northern Illinois University
    Image | 2010

    NIU's $13 million Founders Memorial Library holds one of the largest collections of books, periodicals and microdocuments in Illinois. Materials are arranged by subjects into nine basic cluster areas.
  36. Newberry Library
    Image | 2010

    Newberry Library Chicago
  37. Milwaukee Public Library
    Image | 2010

    PUBLIC LIBRARY AND MUSEUM, MILWAUKEE, WIS. On Back: Four story building covering 300 x 250 feet, in the heart of the city. Open every day in the year. No admission charge. The Library contains approximately a half million books for free use of the entire public for home circulation and for study use. The Museum's exhibits in all branches of the Natural Sciences are especial...
  38. Hoyt Public Library
    Image | 2010

    HOYT PUBLIC LIBRARY, Saginaw Michigan
  39. Columbia University Library
    Image | 2013

    Columbia University Library, New York City. On Back: This monumental edifice, combining the Roman Classic Style with Greek Refinements was erected in 1897 at a cost of $13,000,000, a gift of President Low. It is the focal point of the general campus layout, occupying a commanding position on Morningside Heights, and has an estimated capacity of 1,500,000 volumes.
  40. Library of Columbia University
    Image | 1921

    Library, Columbia University, New York City. On Back: Columbia University occupies an area of 26 acres from Broadway to Amsterdam Avenue West and 114th to 120th Streets. Was originally founded as King's College in 1754 at Broadway and Barclay Street. Moved in 1857 to Madison Avenue and 29th Street. New buildings on present site were erected between 1892 and 1902 at a cos...