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Art in the Library
The James P. Adams Library has several original works of art on permanent exhibit. This guide is intended to showcase the library's art collection and the artists whose works are on display.
Margaret Burroughs and American artist Bernard Goss were married from 1939 to 1947.
Bernard Goss (American, 1913-1966) Hymn to the Sun, 1965
In 1953, Burroughs studied printmaking and art in Mexico City under Leopoldo Méndez, a prominent printmaker of the Diego Rivera circle.
Leopoldo Mendez (Mexican, 1903-1969) Paul Leroy Robeson, 1952
The Margaret Taylor Burroughs Collection
Margaret Taylor Burroughs donated this collection of prints to the college in 2006. The prints in the collection were created by Margaret Burroughs, her husband Bernard Goss, and Mexican artist Leopoldo Mendez.
The collection is installed on the 4th floor of the library, in the corridor adjacent to the Library Director's Office.