On 01/09/05, Mike Richter wrote:
> Parker Dinkins wrote:
>> I went to law school in that building - those floors are way above
>> sea level. I don't know whether the windows have held, but the new
>> library is higher and is directly across the street, so it may have
>> been shielded by it. Moisture is always a problem without air
>> conditioning, and at one time in the distant past that collection
>> didn't receive 24/7 climate control for economic reasons. It's all
>> conjecture at this point.
> Given that there is no power, air conditioning is irrelevant and any
> collection dependent on it is at risk.
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