Mabel Zoe Wilson Library (WL), usually referred to as Wilson Library or simply Wilson, is a six-story library at Western Washington University, located at the northwest end of District 7 across from the Old Main Quad. Wilson Library is the main building of the Library Complex, which also includes Haggard Hall and the Sky Bridge. Designed by architects Carl Frelinghuysen Gould and Charles Herbert Bebb and completed in 1927, Wilson was opened to the public in 1928. The library is named for Mabel Zoe Wilson (1902–1945), a former WWU librarian. According to tradition, her ghost haunts the library.
- Children's Literature Interdisciplinary Collection
- Curriculum Collection
- Media Collections
- Microform Collection
- Periodical Collection
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