Wren Library


Wren Library contains many valuable manuscripts -- including the original of Winnie-the-Pooh. Visit entrance by Queen's Road   Wiki
From the Queen's Road entrance Across the Courtyard
  The Cloister under the library
Inside the library At the south end of the Wren Library there is a large stained glass of the muse of the college presenting Newton to King George III as Francis Bacon looks on (or perhaps takes notes as he has a quill and book).
A traditional area Wood work is by Grinling Gibbons
Manuscripts: there are many valuable manuscripts
An early diagram of the library the charter signed by Elizabeth I
Isaac Newton's first edition copy of Principia Mathematica with hand written notes for the second edition.  

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