Results for - Most Impressive Library in Every State (Part Three)
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The word 'cool' isn't always synonymous with libraries but maybe this series will change your mind! Libraries are places of wonder, discovery, and education that are free for all to explore. Some libraries have a specialty, some are housed in beautiful buildings, and yet others tote amazing collections of novels, papers, and histories of our world.
1. Hawaii: Hawaii State Library - Hawaii State Library, known for its beautiful Greco-Roman style architecture, is the flagship library of the only statewide library system in the nation. Have you ever visited this library?
2. Idaho: The Carnegie Library - The Carnegie Library was founded by a group of women called the Women's Columbian Club. It became Boise's first public library upon opening in 1905. Have you ever visited this library?
3. Illinois: The Chicago Public Library - The Chicago Public Library is one of 80 branches within Chicago's public library system. Have you ever visited this library?
4. Indiana: The Theodore Hesburgh Library - The Theodore Hesburgh Library at Notre Dame features a mural commonly referred to as "Touchdown Jesus" for its location directly behind Notre Dame's football stadium's north end zone. Have you ever visited this library?
5. Iowa: The Iowa State Law Library - The Iowa State Law Library is located in the Capitol building in Des Moines. Have you ever visited this library?