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Picton Public Library

Carnegie promise 13 Feb. 1906

Picton library exterior of cut stone and brick, c.1907.

Picton received two promises from Andrew Carnegie totalling $12,500 after the beginning of 1906. A site on Main Street was selected and the library opened to the public in the following year.

Main floor: board room, work room, stack room, reading room, children's room and reference room.

Size: 56 ft. x 45 ft.

Source: Archives of Ontario, S-2050

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