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Reading Room Redo: Compact Shelving Edition

First, the books left.  Next, the shelves left.  Then, everything else left.  We also found a few items along the way.  Now, things are coming!

Compact shelving has made its way into our Reading Room for the first time.  I was excited to see this when I received the new photos from the Architect of the Capitol (AOC).  In the photos below you can start to get a sense of the new space.  I am ready to see what’s next.

Rows and rows of compact shelving.  Photo by the Architect of the Capitol.

Rows and rows of compact shelving. Photo by the Architect of the Capitol.

Photo by the Architect of the Capitol.

Photo by the Architect of the Capitol.

Photo by the Architect of the Capitol.

Photo by the Architect of the Capitol.

Photo by the Architect of the Capitol.

Photo by the Architect of the Capitol.

Just a reminder, you can still visit our Reading Room.  It is set up in a temporary space in room G-15 also here in the Madison Building of the Library of Congress.

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