Baker Library is the largest business library in the world, containing more than 600,000 volumes and over 7,000 active periodicals, as well as an extensive archival collection. Built in 1927, Baker Library is the focal point of the business school campus. Designed as part of the original campus plan by McKim Mead and White, the library represents the collegiate Georgian style with which Harvard University and Harvard Business School are usually associated. The library has been expanded and Finegold Alexander contributed to the prestigious project team, led by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, as preservation architect. The firm ensured that the expansion, renovation and preservation of Baker Library was planned and executed perfectly for the distinguished historic structure.