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Waterloo Public Library, cornerstone laid 12 Nov. 1903


Waterloo Carnegie library, c.1905.

Waterloo established a free public library in 1884. In July 1902 Andrew Carnegie promised $10,000 for a new building. This library was completed in September 1905 and opened to the public in November 1905.

Main floor: general reading room, children's room, stack room, reference room, librarian's office.

Size: 54 ft. x 44 ft.

Source: Archives of Ontario, S-2061

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