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Following Ange. V. Milner’s view of the library as a “social center,” the new building included a museum with four exhibit rooms and an art gallery in the basement. On the second floor students enjoyed an informal, relaxing atmosphere in both the Browsing Room with recreational reading and the sound-proof Carnegie Room with an electric Victrola (record player) and 1000 albums.
Bonnell, Angela L., "Slide deck 09: Williams Hall (4 panels)" (2018). Serving Students: The Legacy of Milner’s Library. 8.