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The History of
The James Solomon Russell Memorial Library

The James Solomon Russell Memorial Library is named in honor of the Reverend James Solomon Russell, Founder of Saint Paulís College. The Russell Memorial Library, as it is commonly known, houses a wide variety of print and non-print resources to serve the instructional, research and general information needs of the college community. The building that houses the library was given by Miss Mary E. Johnson in memory of the Founder. Renovations to the facility occurred in 1969 and 1980. The Russell Memorial Library is currently 19,000 square feet and is an open-stacks facility, except for reserve materials.

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