Growing Up in a Library Is Exactly As Magical As You'd Imagine - Ronald Clark and his daughter spent years living in one of New York City's branch libraries. - The children's room at a NYPL branch library.
It “makes vague reference to the classical Ionic order,” Katherine Newman says of the library in a postmodern Toronto house she designed with architectural designer/builder Peter Cebulak. The room’s finely carved capitals are complemented by a great numbe
I, Claudius TV miniseries. Claudius was a scholar, and spent time in the library in Rome where he was able to converse with the contemporary historians, correcting their facts, and pointing out where scrolls were kept when the librarian was stumped.