The Snyder Poetry Collection is housed on the fifth floor of the library.
Richard Snyder (1925-1986) was a poet, fiction writer, playwright, and long-time professor of English at Ashland University. He served for fifteen years as English department chair, and in 1969, co-founded and served as co-editor of the Ashland Poetry Press. He was also co-founder of the creative writing major at Ashland University, one of the first at the undergraduate level in the country.
Use first letter of call number to find circulating books. Literature is on the 5th floor.
L Second Floor
Juvenile Second Floor
AC-E Third Floor
F-K Fourth Floor
M-P Fifth Floor (Lit.)
Q-Z Sixth Floor
Oversized Sixth Floor
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