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H.T.Coutts Library, Basement

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The basement of the Herbert T. Coutts Education & Physical Education Library is a common area that contains the libraries collection of puppets and other collections.

The quiet area of this library, along with the majority of the library's collections, is located on the second floor. The main floor contains the service desk, a Mac Lab, common area, and one of the library's book collections.

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