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In 2008, the University of Chicago began the construction of the Joe and Rika Mansueto Library, commonly referred to as Mansueto Library. One of the biggest reasons to construct this library was to store the growing book collection at the University of Chicago (Moser, 2019). After three years of construction and design processing, Mansueto Library debuted as a study space and library collection storage space attached to the main campus library, The Joseph Regenstein Library. Due to its uniquedoi:10.6082/uchicago.2796 fatcat:yfmakfii7bcpjk75iasjuesk74