We’ve got a lot of books, and we’re especially proud of our library, one of the nation’s largest. This library has over 1,100,000 volumes, more than any other university library. This library is a gem in a city that’s filled with many gems. We’re proud of this library and will be forever grateful to the Arkansas Tech University Foundation who provides for our library.
We are also very proud of how the library serves the entire city of Little Rock, and the surrounding towns. There are many things that go on here and you can make your own decisions as to what to use (or not use) depending on where you live. It is a library, not a collection. Not a “thing.
For those who are new to the idea of the library, it’s basically just a collection of books and information. For the more experienced reader, it’s a place to find new information that might not be otherwise available. There are certain materials that are restricted from the public library such as books, and videos. As such, it seems fitting that the Arkansans would use this space to share information that they think is relevant to their citizens.
The Arkansans have been sharing their stories of the history of the university with the public for years. The first library they built on campus was the library for the new state capitol building, which has since been moved to the current library. The library for the state capitol building originally featured a large statue of a Native American, and was surrounded by a large pond full of turtles.
The library for the new state capitol building was funded by a $500,000 grant from the American Civil Liberties Union. The current library was built in the late 1970s and features a lot of old photos and a large statue of the state capitol building. In the late 1960s, the state capitol building also included a small statue of a Native American. This was probably for the same reason as the turtle pond, but it is one of the more interesting statues in the library today.
The library is one of the largest structures in Arkansas. The capitol building, which has been used as a jail, is part of the Arkansas State Capitol complex. It also houses the state’s tax collection and other offices. The library is also where people have been reading for over a century, if not longer. A statue of a man reading (and probably drinking) in a book is the only remnant of the library from the early 20th century, when it was an actual library.
The library was built in the 1910s to house the state tax collector’s office (the tax collector’s office is one of the oldest buildings in the state), and the library was meant to be a part of what was called “Arkansas Tech University.
It’s a shame the library was demolished in 2012, for what was clearly a better use of the space. The building was a public school and not a library, so its existence would have been a major distraction for Arkane employees and students.
I love the old building, but I’m pretty sure that Arkane would have been better off keeping it as a part of the actual campus. I imagine the rest of the campus in the future would see the library’s presence as a major distraction, and I doubt the Arkane employees would have been happy.
I mean, the building was a public school, so there was no doubt that the Arkane employees would have been unhappy with its existence. But the Arkane employees would most likely be happy to see the rest of the campus go for it, so I guess they’re happy for this library to exist.