Monday, July 7, 2008

1960s Deering Library Northwestern University EVANSTON IL

The Charles Deering Library opened on January 3, 1933 and served as Northwestern University's library until 1970 when the new, main library building was completed.
The Deering Library was designed by the renowned architect James Gamble Rogers who also designed the South Quads, Dyche Stadium, and Scott Hall on Northwestern's Evanston campus as well as most of the buildings on the University's Chicago campus. Rogers also designed numerous other academic buildings including the Harkness Quads and the Sterling Library at Yale.

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