Lathrop Library

The Lathrop Library is one of several libraries at Stanford University in California. It is the current undergraduate library and houses the East Asia Library. Part of the Stanford University Libraries system, it opened on September 15, 2014[1] and houses collections and services formerly located in J. Henry Meyer Memorial Library, which was demolished in 2015. The library is located in a renovated building formerly occupied by the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Lathrop Library, viewed from the west
Lathrop Library, viewed from the east


Lathrop Library is named for Jane Lathrop Stanford, co-founder of Stanford University with her husband, Leland Stanford.


  1. ^ Sullivan, Kathleen (2014-08-27). "Stanford's new Lathrop Library ready for Sept. 15 opening".

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Coordinates: 37°25′45″N 122°10′03″W / 37.4292°N 122.1676°W / 37.4292; -122.1676