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Moving the Collections Back into the Renovated Law Library Reading Room- Pic of the Week

The Law Library Reading Room is preparing to move into its newly renovated space on the second floor of the Madison Building.  A big part of this project entails moving the Reading Room’s collections into our new compact shelving.  This work is done by the Collections Access, Loan and Management Division (CALM) of the Library of Congress.  Here are some shots of a CALM staffer assisting in the moving our collections.

Thomas Craven of CALM shelving books / Photograph by Andrew Weber

Thomas Craven of CALM shelving books / Photograph by Andrew Weber

Books organized on CALM carts by number / Photograph by Andrew Weber

Books organized on CALM carts by number / Photograph by Andrew Weber

Thomas Craven of CALM moving books into renovated Law Library Reading Room / Photograph by Andrew Weber

Thomas Craven of CALM moving books into renovated Law Library Reading Room / Photograph by Andrew Weber

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

P.S. The renovated Reading Room will have a new entrance and a new room number, LM242.  We will provide photographs of that next week!

 

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