This collection brings together materials that document the history of the library. The library as a building has always served as the heart of the Tempe campus. Today, the library has representation across all of the campuses and serves a vital function supporting faculty, staff and students with their information and research needs. 

 

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ContributorsO'Donnell, James (Speaker) / Mandiberg, Michael (Speaker) / Hoy, Meredith (Speaker) / Finn, Ed (Speaker)
Created2016-02-24
DescriptionScanned pages from the 1890 Library Record and the 1901 Library Accessions Book describing the first acquisitions of the ASU Libraries.
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ContributorsMuir, Gertrude Hill (Author)
DescriptionA history of the ASU Libraries by librarian Muir.
ContributorsWurzburger, Marilyn (Author)
DescriptionA survey of the ASU Libraries history by Marilyn Wurzburger, past head of Special Collections. The document was published in three editions of the University Libraries newsletter AZTES. The unpublished draft of the fourth chapter is included.
ContributorsShepley Bulfinch (Contributor)
Created2012-06
Description
The primary objective of the Master Plan is to position Hayden Library as an exceptional research and learning environment for the New American University. During a three month process, beginning in January 2012, the architecture firm of Shepley Bulfinch worked with ASU stakeholders to assess existing conditions and to establish

The primary objective of the Master Plan is to position Hayden Library as an exceptional research and learning environment for the New American University. During a three month process, beginning in January 2012, the architecture firm of Shepley Bulfinch worked with ASU stakeholders to assess existing conditions and to establish master plan recommendations, budgets and a phased implementation strategy. A brief version and complete version are presented here.