The article traces the history of the KU Wheat Law Library, the largest law library in the State of Kansas. It provides insights into the growth of the collection and budget, its first law librarian and all of those who came after her. It also details the move from old Green to new Green Hall, the introduction of the first computers and the changes over time in legal research in print and electronic formats and the services in the law library.
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