The Margaret I. King Library consisted of three contiguous buildings at the University of Kentucky. A southern and northern addition were added to the original building.
In April 1998, the William T. Young Library opened and by May, most of the functions of the King Library had been relocated.
Today, the King Library is home to Special Collections and Digital Programs, the Geological Sciences Library and Map Collection, the King Library Press, several library support offices and the School of Library and Information Science. King North became the Lucille Caudill Little Fine Arts Library and Learning Center. In 1999, the bridge that connected the former King North to the original King Library was removed. One year later, the Little Fine Arts Library was extensively renovated.
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