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Ephraim Hatch photographs of the Harold B. Lee Library and the Provo City Library

Ephraim Hatch was a longtime employee of the Physical Facilities Division of Brigham Young University. He was also a rather good amateur photographer. He took hundreds of photographs documenting the Harold B. Lee Library and the Provo City Library (formerly the Education Building of the Brigham Young Academy). The Ephraim Hatch photographs of the Harold …

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A Library Building for Brigham Young University

A little under two weeks ago Julene Butler, University Librarian, inaugurated a year long celebration of the 50th anniversary of the construction of the J. Reuben Clark Library with a lecture discussing the history of the library. The Clark Library building (now the Harold B. Lee Library) was the second building dedicated exclusively to housing …

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The Power of the Library

Recently the Harold B. Lee Library released a promotional video touting the resources available for students in the library (Click here to view the video.). These resources include databases, e-books, journals, books, and librarians. They are the key to successfully completing an academic career. Brigham Young University students have the privilege of studying in one …

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Heber J. Grant Library

From the beginning of his presidential administration Franklin S. Harris campaigned for a library building. He believed that Brigham Young University could never successfully join the ranks of the country’s colleges and universities without a strong library. A library building would be a visible symbol of the university’s commitment to scholarship and learning and it …

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