An adequate library is absolutely essential for the operation of a modern law school. Fortunately the law building is satisfactory in most respects due to the generosity of the alumni and friends of the Law School. We have now reached the point, however, where additional stacks are necessary. The present stacks are arranged so that a glass floor can be laid on them and thereby provide two floors in the stackroom. Additional stacks may be placed on this second floor and we shall then be able to properly take care of our books. The stackroom was constructed with this end in view.
Hosch, J. Alton, "Dean' Report 1940" (1940). Other Law School Publications. 60.