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Charles Trumbull Hayden Library, symbolically located in the center of the Arizona State University campus, opened in 1966. It is a five-floor structure, the first nine feet below ground level. It is built of cast-in-place reinforced concrete, slab concrete, glass walls and pre-cast panels. Architects: Richard Drover and Herman Jacoby of Phoenix
Hayden Library, 1984 Hayden Library
Photographer: Conley Photography, Inc.
Charles Conley Photograph Collection, University Archives
Media Relations Photographs ACC #2000-02200

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