Today and tomorrow enjoy a tour of the Mount Holly Springs, PA Library or better known as The Amelia Given Library. For years I've enjoyed visiting the library and taking my children to the many programs provided. When you enter the library there's so many details that cannot be ignored. You think you've just entered a museum. The woodwork is so astounding in every room and makes you want to sit down with a good book for hours. The wood work is called moorish fretwork done by Moses Ransom from Cleveland, OH. The library was built in 1890 and the architect was James Steen from Pittsburgh, PA. If you get the opportunity it's worth a visit! Return tomorrow for more interesting pictures......... The Computer room.
The Computer Room fireplace.
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A winding stairway to the storage area.
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