There is enough room now to properly organize the library. Now comes the difficult part. Cataloging and then shelving the 4,000 plus volumes will be a long and tedious process. There are a few grants out there that I could use to fund cataloging and circulation software. But for now I have started a list on WorldCat.org which you can find on the sidebar or by clicking here. This list is not searchable so cannot be used for finding items. I hope that I can export this list into cataloging software when we purchase it.
I created a preliminary layout for how the library is to be organized. As I have stated before, the library will utilize the Library of Congress classification system. You can view the Library of Congress classification system outline here.
Section P is Language and Literature; I am assuming that the library has more on this subject than any other, which is why I have dedicated three bookcases to it.
Unfortunately the books will not organize themselves.