A view inside the central nave of the Yale Sterling Memorial Library.
Completed in 1931, Sterling is the largest library at Yale, containing over 4 million volumes across its 15 levels. It was designed by James Gamble Rogers in the Gothic revival style as a cathedral to knowledge.

A view inside the central nave of the Yale Sterling Memorial Library.

Completed in 1931, Sterling is the largest library at Yale, containing over 4 million volumes across its 15 levels. It was designed by James Gamble Rogers in the Gothic revival style as a cathedral to knowledge.