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Guide to the Building
The Library building has five main floors with reading and study rooms at the front and twelve levels of book stacks at the back.
Access between floors and stacks is available on each floor and even stack numbers starting at Stack 4. That is, the First Floor and Stack 4 are on the same level, so are the Second Floor and Stack 6; the Third Floor and Stack 8; and the Fifth Floor and Stack 12. Please note Stacks 4, 8, and 10, along with the Fourth Floor, are staff-only spaces.
A main elevator provides access to the main floors and a stacks elevator provides access to each stack level. Stacks 1, 2, and 3 are below ground.
Guide to the Stacks
|F||Fiction A-J||Stack 5|
|F||Fiction K-Z||Stack 6|
|000||General Works - Bibliography||Stack 11|
|100||Philosophy - Psychology||Stack 11|
|300||Social Sciences||Stack 3|
|500||Pure Sciences||Stack 3|
|600||Applied Sciences||Stack 11|
|700||Arts - Recreation||Stack 12|
|800||Literature & Criticism||Stack 9|
|900-940.4||History, Travel, Collective Biography||Stack 1|
|R & Ref||Reference||First Floor|
|AC & Audio-CD||Audio Material||Stack 9|
|HBR||Hornblower Room||Fifth Floor|
|SRH||Study Room Hallway||Fifth Floor|
|Z||Special Collections||Ask at Circulation Desk|
|CS||Closed Stack, Foreign Language||Ask at Circulation Desk|
Guide to the Floors
|First Floor||Circulation & Reference Desks |
|Second Floor||Members' Room |
Peluso Family Gallery
|Third Floor||Children's Library |
|Fourth Floor |
|Fifth Floor||Hornblower Room |
Individual Study Rooms