1930 photo of the Main Reading Room at the University of Notre Dame Law School's Law Library scanned from the Notre Dame Lawyer, vol. 6, number 1, page 29 (1930).
The 50 x 100 ft. reading room holds 10,000 volumes. There is additional stack space for 25,000 volumes. "Two stories in height with a double row of stone pillars supporting the arched ceiling, the impression of this room is one almost of vastness. To harmonize with their surroundings the massive bookcases are of dark oak so arranged as to provide study nooks for individuals or small groups of students."—Joseph A. Moran, The Law Building, 6 Notre Dame Lawyer 24 (1930).