briefly talk about the other floors.
Again, the stacks tower is the core of the building. In the basement there are the documents
section and the undergraduate reading rooms.
On the second floor were the humanities and social sciences reading
rooms. Faculty offices and reading
rooms were on the third floor. And
these were not librarian offices—they were for the teaching faculty. The music room is on the fourth floor. It’s what we now call the British Studies
room and I read that it had a phonograph and several dozen 78 rpm
records. Basically, it was a social
space for the campus to use.