Love Memorial Library: A New Library for a New World (1941 - 1968)
This collection covers the most important areas of the history of the Don L. Love Memorial Library at the University of Nebraska Lincoln. Information and documentation surrounding the orginal library of the University, the construction of Love Library, the stationing of troops at Love during WWII, and the opening of the library to students and faculty can be found here.
Notably, and of seminal importance to University history, the Library was and continues to be a factor and sign in the process of transforming what was once just a "Prairie University" into a first-class research institute.
Editor: Alec Slyter, History 470: Digital History, Spring 2012