"The Library of Congress Classification (LCC) is a classification system that was first developed in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries to organize and arrange the book collections of the Library of Congress..."
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|A||General Works||Basement Compact Shelving*|
|B||Philosophy, Religion, Psychology||Basement Compact Shelving*|
|C||General History||1st floor|
|D-DS 299||World History||1st floor|
|DS 300-DX||World History||3rd floor|
|E||World History||3rd floor|
|F||World History||3rd floor|
|G||Geography, Anthropology, Recreation||3rd floor|
|H||Social Sciences||3rd floor|
|J||Political Science||3rd floor|
|N||Fine Arts||4th floor|
|P-PS||Literature, Film||4th floor|
|Z||Bibliography, Library Sciences||4th floor|