The historic front of the building has two amazing historic reading rooms (one with almost all of the Fine Arts books - the 700s), and there are three floors of stacks in the newer edition. The large children's reading room is adjacent to a very large selection of DVDs for free checkout (and you can place holds on any media that is checked out). A great resource!
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