Public Library And Phillips Brooks Monument At Copley Sq.
The Public Library in Copley Square is one of the world's largest. Students, literati and others throng its rooms and corridors to read and study, to see the magnificent murals, the art exhibitions and the statues and to hear the public lectures. It contains about one and three-quarters million volumes and has 34 branches in different parts of the city. This statue of Phillips Brooks, prominent churchman of the nineteenth century stands at the side of Trinity Church.|