The Chicago Public Library is a relatively early public library in the United States. It is also a relatively large public library in the United States. It is located at 400 South State Street in Chicago. It is located in the city center. It is accessible by bus and has convenient transportation. The library is open to everyone free of charge, with a total of seven floors. It is divided into sections according to children's reading room, audio-visual materials, novels, periodicals and newspapers. It has a very rich collection and is open-shelf borrowing. Every floor of the library has a reading room, which is very tidy and quiet. The reading environment here is very good. Librarians are also friendly and patient to ask them questions.
Yesterday's commentary used the photo compression function to upload the photos, which made the uploaded photos less than 500K. Now we re-upload the original pictures of these pictures. After all, as one of the best public libraries in the United States, the Chicago Public Library impressed me with its rich collection and excellent service.
I'm a librarian, so just walk past Harold Washington Library and come in. The appearance is magnificent and historical. The interior of the library is quite modern. There are many books and many seats to read. The Chicago Public Library is marked Harold Washington Library on the map.
Very Grand library, not only outside buildings, but also built-in. There are several layers, and the American people are quite quiet. After all, grab the spiritual food! I just passed by and wondered that hall in their hall had a blue and white flag like the Israeli flag besides the Star and Stripe Banner. Later, when I returned home, I realized that it was the Chicagoya City Banner!
The library, built in 1991, is located in South Loop, but it is not only a library, but also a must-see attraction. It contains a variety of exhibitions and a 385-seat theatre. One of the most remarkable is the library's lobby, Winter Garden, where marble floors and window roofs make it particularly clear.
There are plenty of books. You can go and sit down and have a look.
Look at the old buildings, but the environment is very good, although a bit old Ganjue
Known as "the world's largest city public library", Harold Washington Library is named in memory of a black mayor. It has a small cloud door that attracts attention. The overall architectural style is quiet and dignified. More than 2 million books with subway lines make it an important landmark for local intellectuals to pursue.