Meyer Library’s ongoing demolition ends nearly 50 years of the building’s history on Stanford’s campus. This Daily article was published on Nov.21, 1966.
Memorial service will be held by the Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band at 12:30 on Wednesday on the East side of Meyer. Please join us in laying to rest an old and beloved friend.
Provost John Etchemendy discussed details of Meyer’s demolition process at Thursday’s Faculty Senate Meeting. The meeting also included an outline of on-going and future development and construction projects on and off campus
Construction on the Meyer Library site redevelopment should finish by the end of this year, according to a recent Land, Buildings & Real Estate (LBRE) presentation. The redevelopment includes Meyer’s demolition and the site’s landscaping, and will be completed this December.
Stanford plans to construct a green, open space in place of Meyer Library.
The 24-hour study room in the new Lathrop Library opened on Tuesday, more than a week after the opening of the renovated building located next to Memorial Auditorium.
Last Friday at 4 p.m., Meyer Library closed its doors permanently, its services relocated to the new Lathrop Library, which was renovated from the former Graduate School of Business (GSB) South Building over the summer.
Last Thursday, Meyer Library officially announced its new create:space, a makerspace — a community-operated workspace that promotes socialization and collaboration among people with common interests — open to the broader Stanford community.