Campus & Community
The Syracuse University Libraries photograph collection and associated monographs classified in the TR call number subclass have been temporarily moved from the Carnegie Library to the second floor of the Bird Library. To facilitate the move to facilitate access to this frequently used collection, other materials have been moved within the Bird Library.
The Carnegie Library book stacks remain closed due to needed repair work. New books added to the Carnegie Library collection continue to be available on the fourth floor of the Bird Library with a selection of new books on display on the first floor. All new print periodicals continue to be available on the second floor of the Bird Library.
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