Asheville School



Library & Archives

Originally built in 1947 as Memorial Hall, the Louis C. Skinner Library serves as the school's center for academic research and curricular support. Skinner Library holds more than 22,000 volumes and houses the College Office, the Technology Office, The Class of 1923 Memorial Archives, and School Psychologist's office. It is a welcoming and comfortable place for students to work and relax. 

The Class of 1923 Memorial Archives collects, preserves and makes available the records of enduring historical value of the school. These primary source materials are made available in the classroom and to the wider research community.

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