University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee Libraries

Local nameGolda Meir Library
LocationEast Side, Milwaukee, USA

The Golda Meir Library, located in Milwaukee, in the U.S. state of Wisconsin, is the main library of the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. The library has more than 4.5 million catalogued items, many of which are available electronically through Electronic Reserve, web-based online catalog, searchable databases and indices.

The building was first constructed in 1967 and then expanded with the addition of the East Wing in 1974 and conference center in 1987. The library was named for Golda Meir, the fourth Prime Minister of Israel, who graduated in 1917 from the Milwaukee State Normal School, an institution to which UWM traces its lineage.

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Phone +1 414 229 4785

Coordinates 43°4'37.006" N -87°52'50.156" E

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