Student Description Penn's Fisher Fine Arts library, a Victorian spectacle. It has the distinction of being the only Victorian piece of architecture that Frankl Lloyd Wright didn't hate. Although Penn's collection has long since grown too large to fit in Fisher (the main library moved to Van Pelt in the 1960s), In 1989, Penn restored the Fine Arts library into a beautiful study room (and fine arts library collection as its current namesake suggests)
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