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Graduate Theological Union Library

The Graduate Theological Union Library was designed to become the central meeting place for the consortium. Completed in 1987, the building houses the library, which holds over

400,000 books and many journals and microforms. The collection documents the major events in the library's history, from its early period as a bibliographic center, to the selection of Louis Kahn to design the building, to the local architects who completed the design and construction after Kahn died, to developments to repair and modernize the facility.

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