Timeless literacy – Lyndon Carnegie Library

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The Lyndon Carnegie Library is a beautiful little library that clearly shows the importance placed upon literacy at the time it was founded, 1910. Believed to be the smallest of Carnegie libraries in the country, it stands classically solid and enduring with its rock walls and red tile roof.

For more information about the library, call 785-828-4520, or stop by 127 E. Sixth St., Lyndon.

Photo thanks to Paul Schmidt, pjas@satelephone.com.

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