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Bronson Public Library

Started In The Early 1880's

One of the few remaining Carnegie Libraries still in its original unaltered configuration, the Bronson library originated in the early 1880s as the Ladies Library Association. The present library, a charming red brick Classic Revival style library with a red tied roof, was built with funds provided by steel tycoon Andrew Carnegie and cost $8,478. The library opened on May 23, 1912. It is a registered Michigan Historic Site. 

Address:
207 N. Matteson
Bronson, MI 49028
GPS Coordinates:
41.87331, -85.19469
Contact:
Phone: 517-369-3785
 
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