Cadets at study tables in Clemson College LibraryClemson University LibrariesOn back: Clemson College Library [interior]; [c1930];Aisle of low stacks, divides room into a reference side and a reading room side. In [illegible] are periodicals, newspapers, and books on reserve for various professors.; Clemson College Library
Cadets in Clemson College LibraryClemson University LibrariesOn back: [c1947]; Bird's Eye View of Bookworms---Clemson College, S. C.; In the near silence so traditional to libraries, Clemson College students conduct their references. This is the main library reading room at Clemson, South Carolina's agricultural and engineering college. The college museum, containing hundreds of souvenir pieces from the battlefields of World War II, is housed on the second floor. An all--ROTC college with a a regular enrollment of 2,340 all-men students, Clemson had more than 6,000 former students in America's armed services during World War II.