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Medical School Reveals Library Plan

By Bruce L. Paisner

University has revealed longed plans for the new Francis A. way Library of Medicine, the largniversity-centered medical library world.

ording to Dr. George P. Berry, Dean Faculty of Medicine, the $4.5 milbrary will be a vertical, eight level ure of stone, steel, and glass, built d an open central inner light court. und will be broken for the Count Library early next spring, and the ng is scheduled for occupancy by of 1965. The library will be coned in Boston, on land adjacent to edical School and the Peter Bent em Hospital.

$50 Million Complex

Countway Library is a major link $50 million "Harvard Medical Complex," which will amalgamate outstanding Boston hospitals in es of connected buildings in the ood Avenue area. All of the hospite teaching units of the Medical .

Harvard complex will combine the ng facilities of the Medical School he shared administrative, medical, tient service facilities of the hos thus creating one of the greatest medical centers in the world.

proposed library site is now partccupied by Peter Bent Brigham's sing school. The building will be hed soon to make way for the

way Library was designed by hitectural firm of Hugh Stubbins sociates, the Cambridge designers lanned the Loeb Drama Center. The building will have six levels above ground and two below, with underground storage stacks extending beyond the vertical wall limits of the central library.

The library will house over 450,000 volumes; the combined collections of the Boston Medical Library and the Harvard Medical Library. The new facilities will also serve the School of Dental Medicine and the School of Public Health.

The two top floors of the Library will provide a physicians' reading room for members of the Massachusetts Medical Society, the editorial offices of the New England Journal of Medicine and the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, and a suite devoted to a collection of rare medical books.

ording to Dr. George P. Berry, Dean Faculty of Medicine, the $4.5 milbrary will be a vertical, eight level ure of stone, steel, and glass, built d an open central inner light court. und will be broken for the Count Library early next spring, and the ng is scheduled for occupancy by of 1965. The library will be coned in Boston, on land adjacent to edical School and the Peter Bent em Hospital.

$50 Million Complex

Countway Library is a major link $50 million "Harvard Medical Complex," which will amalgamate outstanding Boston hospitals in es of connected buildings in the ood Avenue area. All of the hospite teaching units of the Medical .

Harvard complex will combine the ng facilities of the Medical School he shared administrative, medical, tient service facilities of the hos thus creating one of the greatest medical centers in the world.

proposed library site is now partccupied by Peter Bent Brigham's sing school. The building will be hed soon to make way for the

way Library was designed by hitectural firm of Hugh Stubbins sociates, the Cambridge designers lanned the Loeb Drama Center. The building will have six levels above ground and two below, with underground storage stacks extending beyond the vertical wall limits of the central library.

The library will house over 450,000 volumes; the combined collections of the Boston Medical Library and the Harvard Medical Library. The new facilities will also serve the School of Dental Medicine and the School of Public Health.

The two top floors of the Library will provide a physicians' reading room for members of the Massachusetts Medical Society, the editorial offices of the New England Journal of Medicine and the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, and a suite devoted to a collection of rare medical books.

$50 Million Complex

Countway Library is a major link $50 million "Harvard Medical Complex," which will amalgamate outstanding Boston hospitals in es of connected buildings in the ood Avenue area. All of the hospite teaching units of the Medical .

Harvard complex will combine the ng facilities of the Medical School he shared administrative, medical, tient service facilities of the hos thus creating one of the greatest medical centers in the world.

proposed library site is now partccupied by Peter Bent Brigham's sing school. The building will be hed soon to make way for the

way Library was designed by hitectural firm of Hugh Stubbins sociates, the Cambridge designers lanned the Loeb Drama Center. The building will have six levels above ground and two below, with underground storage stacks extending beyond the vertical wall limits of the central library.

The library will house over 450,000 volumes; the combined collections of the Boston Medical Library and the Harvard Medical Library. The new facilities will also serve the School of Dental Medicine and the School of Public Health.

The two top floors of the Library will provide a physicians' reading room for members of the Massachusetts Medical Society, the editorial offices of the New England Journal of Medicine and the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, and a suite devoted to a collection of rare medical books.

Harvard complex will combine the ng facilities of the Medical School he shared administrative, medical, tient service facilities of the hos thus creating one of the greatest medical centers in the world.

proposed library site is now partccupied by Peter Bent Brigham's sing school. The building will be hed soon to make way for the

way Library was designed by hitectural firm of Hugh Stubbins sociates, the Cambridge designers lanned the Loeb Drama Center. The building will have six levels above ground and two below, with underground storage stacks extending beyond the vertical wall limits of the central library.

The library will house over 450,000 volumes; the combined collections of the Boston Medical Library and the Harvard Medical Library. The new facilities will also serve the School of Dental Medicine and the School of Public Health.

The two top floors of the Library will provide a physicians' reading room for members of the Massachusetts Medical Society, the editorial offices of the New England Journal of Medicine and the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, and a suite devoted to a collection of rare medical books.

proposed library site is now partccupied by Peter Bent Brigham's sing school. The building will be hed soon to make way for the

way Library was designed by hitectural firm of Hugh Stubbins sociates, the Cambridge designers lanned the Loeb Drama Center. The building will have six levels above ground and two below, with underground storage stacks extending beyond the vertical wall limits of the central library.

The library will house over 450,000 volumes; the combined collections of the Boston Medical Library and the Harvard Medical Library. The new facilities will also serve the School of Dental Medicine and the School of Public Health.

The two top floors of the Library will provide a physicians' reading room for members of the Massachusetts Medical Society, the editorial offices of the New England Journal of Medicine and the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, and a suite devoted to a collection of rare medical books.

way Library was designed by hitectural firm of Hugh Stubbins sociates, the Cambridge designers lanned the Loeb Drama Center. The building will have six levels above ground and two below, with underground storage stacks extending beyond the vertical wall limits of the central library.

The library will house over 450,000 volumes; the combined collections of the Boston Medical Library and the Harvard Medical Library. The new facilities will also serve the School of Dental Medicine and the School of Public Health.

The two top floors of the Library will provide a physicians' reading room for members of the Massachusetts Medical Society, the editorial offices of the New England Journal of Medicine and the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, and a suite devoted to a collection of rare medical books.

The library will house over 450,000 volumes; the combined collections of the Boston Medical Library and the Harvard Medical Library. The new facilities will also serve the School of Dental Medicine and the School of Public Health.

The two top floors of the Library will provide a physicians' reading room for members of the Massachusetts Medical Society, the editorial offices of the New England Journal of Medicine and the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, and a suite devoted to a collection of rare medical books.

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