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The Dulaney-Browne Library is located at NW 25th Street and Florida Avenue.
From I-235 take the NW 23rd Street exit and go west on 23rd Street to McKinley Ave (2 blocks west of Classen). Turn right onto McKinley and go 4 blocks to NW 27th Street. Turn left onto the 27th Street and drive 2 blocks to Florida Avenue. Turn left onto Florida Avenue and drive until it ends in a parking lot. The library (5 story building) will be on your right. Entrance to the library faces south.
From I-44 take the NW 23rd Street exit and go east on 23rd Street to Pennsylvania Avenue (about 2 miles) . At the stoplight turn left (north) onto Pennsylvania and go 4 blocks to NW 27th Street. Turn right (east) on 27th Street and drive 4 blocks to Florida Avenue. At Florida turn right (south) and drive until it ends in a parking lot. The library will be on your right. Entrance to the library faces south.
The library is building 421 on the campus map.