The panels in the south window:
A University lecture and lecture room, from a woodcut printed at
Library of the University of Leyden, after an engraving by J. C.
Woudanus, dated 1610.
New College, Oxford, as it was in the fifteenth century, from
drawings in the manuscript
of Thomas Chandler, Warden of New College.
The sergeants of the provosts of Paris apologizing in 1440 for
having infringed the
privileges of the clergy and the University.
The twenty-eight panels in the east and west windows
are grotesques from Walter de Milemete,
. . de
nobilitatibus. . . .
windows looking into the Reading Room,
with knights and ladies in the glass.
panels in the large windows between
the corridor and the Reserve bookstack:
Scenes from the life
of Emperor Maximilian First, from Hans
Woodcuts of the Late Fifteenth Century.
with carved figures representing various
types of readers and scholars. The
panels on the bookcase
ends represent undergraduate activities: