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1. Stevens Point Public Library Stevens Point Public Library Library buildings Wisconsin; Public libraries On Front: Carnegie Public Library, Stevens Point, Wis.

2. Stevens Point Public Library Stevens Point Public Library Library buildings Wisconsin; Public libraries On Front: Public Library, Stevens Point, Wis.

3. Columbia University Library Columbia University Library Library buildings New York On Front:Columbia University Library, New York City. On Back: This monumental edifice, combining the Roman Classic Style with Greek Refinements was erected in 1897 at a cost of $13,000,000, a gift of President...

4. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum Library buildings Massachusetts On Back: On a point of land facing the sea, the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum is an inspiring monument to the 35th President of the United States. It was built with funds donated by millions of people...

5. Kresge Library, Oakland University Kresge Library, Oakland University Library buildings Michigan; Private libraries; Academic libraries On Back: Kresge Library, Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan. Gift of the Kresge Foundation, the library is set on the high point of the 1600 acre campus.

6. The Library of Columbia University, New York City The Library of Columbia University, New York City Academic Libraries; Library buildings New York Caption on back reads: ""The Library of Columbia University, also called the Seth Low Library, was opened for use in 1897, the gift of President Low. The architectural style is classical, based on Roman...
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