UW's Suzzallo Library

August 21, 2014

Suzzallo library has served generations of students, professors and visitors for nearly a century. It had a controversial beginning but now stands as one of the great libraries of the U.S. and indeed the world. UW 360 examines the library’s history, a major concern that coincided with the introduction of the Internet, and its flourishing present. We also provide closeup views of one of the wonders of the library world in America: The Reading Room, which more closely resembles a European cathedral than any library facility in the U.S.

Adam Hall, operations manager, UW

Henry Suzzallo, former president, UW