Just up the road in Charlottesville, Va., Thomas Jefferson’s “book room” at Monticello epitomizes what many think of when considering a home library. Located in his private suite of rooms, Jefferson’s personal library contained more than 6,000 books during his lifetime.
Read the rest of Donna Dunn's Central Virginia Living magazine story on home libraries as published on Feb. 28, 2011.
Donna Dunn admits her own library spills out of her shelves into big stacks in her guest closet. Despite her husband's pleadings for her to move into the e-reader world, she's still holding out!