1935 Cedrus Yearbook

When the college was first organized there was no fine building such as this known as the library. Thee was a room set aside in the Main Hall for a library, but this proved to be too small for increasing number of books. Page fourteen — 4 z • ,1" Cedarville College was for- tunate in being the recipient of a gift of twelve thousand dollars from Andrew Car- negie, from which was built the college library in 1905. The village and college li- braries have been combined, and new volumes are being added as needed. The first floor contains the library and the department of music. The basement furnishes quarters for. the eating club and lit- erary society. Ali