“If you wanted to save a record of some information beyond the lifetime of the speaker...or send information or a command across long distances and be sure the exact wording was retained...then you need writing” (Valentine, p.6, 2012). Writing was and still is very important in documenting our history from ancient times through present day. “Prior to the twentieth century, information outside the brain was usually stored as symbols or signs on surfaces of stone, animal skin, and cellulose”(Valentine, p. 2, 2012). These pieces of writing needed a place to be stored and preserved, which led to the creation of libraries. According to Merriam-Webster dictionary, a library is “a place in which literary, musical, artistic, or reference materials (such as books, manuscripts, recordings, or films) are kept for use but not for sale” (Merriam-Webster, 2017).