Built in 1948 and expanded several times, the Harvey S. Firestone Memorial Library is the main campus library. As one of the most distinguished research libraries in the world, the University library system contains more than 13 million holdings in 11 buildings. Firestone is the repository for many of the humanities and social science collections and the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections. Additionally, it houses several areas open to the public. The Cotsen Children's Library offers programming and a whimsical gallery, and Firestone's Main Gallery and Milberg Gallery feature items from the library's rich collections.

Power interruption, 2 minutes

There will be a brief (1-2 minute) power interruption on Monday 4/26 starting at 6 am at McCormick Art Museum and Firestone Library. Emergency Power should engage within 3-10 seconds. The electrical interruption at Firestone will occur closer to 6:25 am. This electrical service interruption is required for enabling work associated with the new Princeton University Art Museum Project. We recommend powering down computers, turning off peripheral devices (i.e. printers, scanners, monitors), and saving your work as a precaution.

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