A large private library is shown in the Sabrina the Teenage Witch story “A Haunting We Will Go,” which originally appeared in Archie & Friends 20 (November 1996), but which I read in Laugh Digest Magazine 170 (December 2001).
In this story Sabrina and her little cousin Esmerelda visit the Wanderbilt mansion, which has been turned into a museum, showing how the family lived a hundred years ago. It turns out the place is haunted, and the ghost causes some trouble. Visitors are so frightened they want to escape, and so they run through the library to get out.
While doing so they knock over bookcases.
Personally, I doubt these bookcases were there in the original Wanderbilt mansion. It would be very unusual for a personal library to have bookcases set up this way (this is not the Morgan Library, even if it is named for the Vanderbilt houses), and the other panels in the story don’t show an enormous house. Perhaps they were added later, and the library is a modern design to give a good home to the family collection.
Further, it would take some effort to tip over bookcases like that, and a good library would have them secured to the floor. The situation portrayed here is very unlikely. If anyone ever does need to escape danger by running through a library, they should not worry that bookcases will tip over on them.
This story was written and pencilled by Bill Golliher, inked by Rudy Lapick, coloured by Barry Grossman and lettered by Bill Yoshida. It is copyright Archie Comic Publications.