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The original library building was constructed in the 1930s in the Spanish Colonial Revival style and designed by architect Temple Buell. The building was added to the Colorado Historical Society's State Register of Historical Properties in 1993. Originally, the library was "closed stacks", meaning library materials were stored in the basement and could be obtained by submitting a request to the librarian. Now, this space serves as quiet study space. The West Wing is also affectionately known as the "Harry Potter Room", due to its resemblance to the large hall in Hogwarts. We have many historical photographs of the library building included in our Digital Archive.
Nine tables that seat 8 each.
Tables are 12.5 ft x 3.5 ft.
Silent. Quiet study area. (unless reserved for a special event)
This space may be reserved for special events. All events must be Western-related. Approval will be granted on a case by case basis.
To request use of this space, please contact the Director of Library Services, Dustin Fife:
Request must be made by a faculty or staff member.
Please note that we will remove lamps from tables for special events.
We do not allow any furniture in this space to be removed or shifted.
This space is not available for recurring events or meetings.
Upon request (at least 2 weeks in advance) we may be able to provide:
Projector and screen
If you will be catering food in, please request that your catering company provide tablecloths for all tables that will be used by catering.