Butler Library is the centerpiece of the Columbia University Libraries, one of the ten largest academic library systems in the nation. Housing close to one-third of the Libraries’ on-site collections, Butler Library includes more than 600,000 rare books and 28 million manuscripts, and the world-famous Oral History Research Office and collection. Several books and screenplays have been written here, including Nobel Prizewinning novelist Orhan Pamuk’s The Black Book and alumnus Dan Futterman’s Oscarnominated script for the film Capote.
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