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Completed in 1969, the Library houses the College's facilities for study and research. The library consists of a book collection exceeding 300,000 volumes, a collection of popular and educational video tapes, and a growing music CD and DVD collection. The library also houses our new Computer Center, a tutoring center, an audio production studio, darkrooms, and facilities for other audio-visual production.
The library has both MacIntosh and PC's connected to the Internet with the ability to electronically access major indexes, abstracts, and data sources in addition to those found on the World Wide Web. These special databases include full text journal articles and reference works on-line.
A special area houses the College's Mark Twain Archive. The wood ceiling and cast iron fireplace sculpture were once part of Klapproth's Tavern, which Twain frequented during his stays in Elmira. The collection includes many of the books Twain used in writing his classic works with his own notes in the margins.