November 2010

Labor on a library

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Wm. Molnar Roofing roofs Ferndale Public Library

by Ashley St. John
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Ferndale Public Library in Ferndale, Mich., first opened its doors in November 1930 with the city allotting $5,000 for about 2,000 books and one librarian. It has since expanded a great deal, not only in terms of books and other materials available but also in space.

Photos courtesy of Wm. Molnar Roofing Inc., Riverview, Mich.

Ferndale Public Library's new roof systems

In 1954, the library moved from its original building to a new building next door; the facility, in which the library continues to function, has spacious reading areas, accessible reference and circulation areas, and a large...

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