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Seattle Central Library – Pic of the Week

Last weekend several Law Library of Congress staff members traveled to Seattle, Washington to attend (and present at!) the annual conference of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL).  It was an excellent conference and we all learned a lot, as well as making new connections and discussing our work with various people.  In the spirit of our previous Pic of the Week posts that show how much we love libraries in general, here are some pictures that I took of the Central Library branch of the Seattle Public Library in downtown Seattle.  The building itself, which opened in 2004, is very impressive, with its glass exterior and sustainable design features.

Next week we will publish our main follow-up post on the AALL conference, including some of the lessons learned by each of the Law Library’s participants.  We hope others learned a lot from our presentations too!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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