TCU Magazine Library Book Migration Story

TCU Magazine published a story on February 24, 2014 about the Mary Couts Burnett Library book move.

While a new west entrance is still months away for TCU’s Mary Couts Burnett Library, its big book migration is approaching its half-way mark.

To make room for a complete facility overhaul, the library began in late December packing and transporting about 200,000 monographs and bound journals to an off-site storage facility called the TCU Library Annex less than 2 miles south of campus. The process will be complete by April, says James Lutz, director of library administrative services, who is overseeing the move.

An album of photographs of the project is online at TCU Magazine’s Facebook page.

The story also includes this video about the move:

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