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October 20, 2009


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Lanora Mueller

Wonderful photo angles! Makes me want to spend much more time exploring this beautiful building.

Imagine when it was the public library... I wonder how many readers took these magnificent architectural details for granted.

Steve Davis

Wonderful photos. Are they yours? Thanks for sharing this with us.


Lanora-We could have spent hours exploring this building...we were there quite some time as it was. I love the old library buildings. We have one beautiful old library in Highland Park (by Detroit) that has been closed for quite some time, but I heard that they've got some money and plan to hopefully reopen it soon. I hope so, because it hurts my heart to see it boarded up every time we drive by.

Steve-Thanks! Yes, these are my photos...as are the overwhelming majority of the photos I post here. I'll be back Friday with a few more photos of this beautiful building :)


Those photos are wonderful. That place looks glorious.


Gypsy-I pretty much fell in love with the building. One of these days I'd like to return for the tour and have time to really take my time with taking photos.

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