Prezell R. Robinson Library
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The Prezell R. Robinson Library is the main library located in the heart of the Saint Augustine campus. It was built in 1972 as a brick and concrete structure of two stories and a basement and named to recognize the remarkable achievements of Dr. Robinson. It also honors his leadership in the area of education and his contributions to the presidency of the United Negro College Fund.
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