The Pusey Library and its architects have won an award of merit for architectural excellence.
The award is one of nine awards of merit given jointly by the American Institute of Architects and the American Library Association to new public, college and university libraries.
Hugh Stubbins and Associates were the architects who designed the library.
About 160 libraries were eligible for the awards, Robert R. Walsh '65, assistant University librarian for building planning, said yesterday.
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