Bapst Art Library, on the Boston College campus in Massachusetts, is well renowned for its beautiful Gothic architecture and known as the most pristine example of its style in North America. Originally the main library for Boston College, it now serves to hold thousands of volumes with a focus on Art, Architecture, Photography and Museum Studies
This former privately owned library was gifted to Yale University in Connecticut by the Beinecke family in 1963. It is currently the largest library
of rare books and manuscripts in the world. It is the main repository for books in the Yale collection printed before 1601 and many other collections
printed before 1850.
The George Peabody Library is part of the Sheridan Libraries Special Collection at John Hopkins University. Established in 1860, this library holds more
than a quarter million volumes with a focus on 18th and 19th century studies in British art, architecture, British & American history, literature and
history of science.
The Nicholas Murray Butler Library is located at the Morningside Heights Campus of Columbia University in New York. This library is known for it serving
as the location where Nobel Prize-winning novelist Orhan Pamuk wrote his book The Black Book and the script for the film Capote.