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The Barnard Library, however, boasts a Zine Collection, which is considered quite rare.
 
The Barnard Library, however, boasts a Zine Collection, which is considered quite rare.
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In 2015, Lehman Hall was demolished to make way for the [[Milstein Center]]. The Barnard Library was temporarily moved to [[Barnard Hall]] before being permanently moved to its new home in Milstein, where it became the significantly more popular [[The Cheryl and Philip Milstein Center For Teaching and Learning|Milstein Library]].
  
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Latest revision as of 00:54, 19 September 2020

The Barnard College Library is located in Lehman Hall on Barnard's campus.

It is decisively less popular than Butler Library, and few Barnard students patronize it.

The Barnard Library, however, boasts a Zine Collection, which is considered quite rare.

In 2015, Lehman Hall was demolished to make way for the Milstein Center. The Barnard Library was temporarily moved to Barnard Hall before being permanently moved to its new home in Milstein, where it became the significantly more popular Milstein Library.

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