"Yale Library Studies, Volume 1" by Geoffrey Little

Yale Library Studies, Volume 1 Library Architecture at Yale Geoffrey Little

Publication date:
31 Jan 2010
Yale University Library
152 pages: 260 x 190mm
37 b-w + 60 color illus.
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The first volume of the new Yale Library Studies series explores library architecture at Yale University. Featuring architectural drawings, designs, and photographs of libraries by James Gamble Rogers, Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, Paul Rudolph, Gordon Bunshaft, and many other notable architects, as well as essays by Robert A.M. Stern, Charles Gwathmey, and others, it presents a unique record of the buildings that have housed the Yale Library and its collections over the past three hundred years.

Geoffrey Little is a Librarian at Yale University. 

‘This slim volume is a very welcome addition to the steadily growing number of studies on the history of library architecture. It will be of interest both to library historians and architectural historians in general.’
-Antonia J. Bunch, Library & Information Vol.26 No.3