Antiquarian Hall, 1910 - Celebrating its brick exterior, the new Antiquarian Hall was featured in an architectural journal. The configuration of the stacks for books and for newspapers is shown. The lower three floors were shelved for books and the upper two with special units for newspapers. A settling chamber on the ground floor was part of the air handling system designed to minimize dust. “American Antiquarian Society Building, Worcester, Mass.” The Brickbuilder, An Architectural Monthly 20 no. 12 (1910), plate 16.

The Amerian Antiquarian Society, 1812-2012 - A View at the Bicentennial
A Keen Scent for an Old Book - Clarence S. Brigham and Waldo Lincoln, 1908-1927