Matthew B. Gilmore
Georgetown’s Peabody Room, the Library of Congress, and the Historical Society, with most kept in storage. Library of Congress service point would provide the widest access.
No idea how “collections” are really disposed or what would be accessible at what location, not what kind of intellectual (online/card catalog) access would be available.
What percentage of any of this would be available is unknown, but issues easily apparent simply looking at this list.
Much (40%) of the collection is not listed in the online catalog, so the card catalogs need to be accessible.
The $208 million modernization is lead by the world-reknown design team of Martinez + Johnson Architecture and Mecanoo. The library is scheduled to close for modernization in 2017 and will re-open in 2020.
DC Public Library is hosting a series of community meetings around the city to share the latest information about the modernization of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library.
Wednesday, Nov. 9
Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library
901 G Street NW
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