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Library

William H. White, Jr. Library

Woodberry's William H. White, Jr. Library moved to a new home in the summer of 2017. The library's new space, the Reynolds Family Learning Commons, was the school's dining hall for more than a century. Moving the library allowed Woodberry to create a modern learning commons that contains the resources needed for boys' in their education. It also brought the library back to its original home inside the Walker Building, Woodberry's oldest and most important academic building and largest dormitory.
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