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Sjoerd Koopman Library Postcard Collection

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  • Yonkers Public Library
    Image | 1908No caption on the back. Postcard was mailed on May 28, 1908
  • Youngstown University Library
    Image | 1960No caption on back. Postcard was never mailed.
  • Youth Library
    ImageOpened in September 1950, the Youth Library is known throughout the U. S. for its facilities and its work in fostering a love of good literature among the youth of Fitchburg.
  • Youth Library, Fitchburg, Massachusetts
    ImageTHE YOUTH LIBRARY, Fitchburg, Massachusetts, The new and modern children's facilities of the Fitchburg Public Library. This view is from the Junior High reading room looking onto the Garden Court.
  • Yuma Public Library
    ImageYuma Carnegie Library, Yuma, Arizona. This lovely structure is located on Fourth Avenue. The grounds are attractively landscaped and appealing to visitors and local people.
  • Yuma Public Library
    ImageYuma City- County Library, 350 Third Avenue, Yuma, Arizona. The library is located on a full city block, designed in contemporary Southwest style, appropriate to the area. Library Park, with its picnic tables, running water, shade trees and flower beds, provides an attractive setting.
  • Zwaanendael House Museum and Public Library
    ImageZwaanendael House. Museum and public library, named after the original settlement in Delaware, was erected by the State of Delaware to commemorate the landing of the Dutch settlers at Lewes in 1631. This building is an adaptation of the Town Hall in Hoorn, Holland.