Kalamazoo College Upjohn Library
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An exterior view of Kalamazoo College's Upjohn Library. The new library, designed by Edward Coe Embury and completed in 1967, was built with contemporary features such as an audio-visual center, rare book and college archives rooms, carpeted study areas to seat 700 students, and air conditioning. It was named for the Upjohn family, long-time supporters of the College. This is photographer Douglas Lyttle's negative no. 9363CN.
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Jones, James F., Jr. (James Fleming), 1947- (2003-11-06)A letter from James F. Jones Jr. (Kalamazoo College president, 1996-2004) concerning the renovation and expansion of the library and the moving process, in addition to the interim plans to house the library books in the ...
A Comprehensive Survey of the Psychology Holdings of Upjohn Library, Kalamazoo College, Conducted to Determine Their Adequacy for the Needs of Undergraduate Majors Lyon, Evelyn (1969)It is the purpose of this paper to evaluate Upjohn Library's holdings in Psychology based on the Harvard List of books in Psychology, Professor Wise's list, and the observations and opinions of senior Psychology majors ...