Central Library

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Multnomah County Library - Branches - Central Library
... The Central Library in downtown Portland serves as the main branch of the system ... The three-story Central Library was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Central Building, Public Library in 1979 ...
Birmingham Public Library - History
... The Birmingham Public Library was established in 1886 as an adjunct of Birmingham's public schools ... Phillips, then superintendent of the public school system, set up a library in a room not much bigger than a closet ... In 1913, a public library board was established, and the City of Birmingham assumed responsibility for funding the growing institution ...
Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University - Central Library
... SAU Central Library is in the west wing of the university building ... The library has a collection of around 30,000 books comprising the major subjects of agriculture and related subjects ... The library has 24 officers and staff ...
Mawlana Bhashani Science And Technology University - Campus Life - Library
... The central library is in a significant point of the campus with a calm and relaxing environment, essential for the readers to engage themselves in their studies ... The library collection is sufficient enough for any student of any department to acquire knowledge on his subjects ... The central library is equipped with photocopying machines ...
Central Library, Aberdeen
... The Central Library of Aberdeen in Scotland is located on Rosemount Viaduct and is the main library for the city ... The library is housed in a category C(S) listed building ... The library contains large collections of local maps, over 15,000 photographs, birth and death records and a collection of local newspapers ...

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