Thursday, July 2, 2009

1948 State Library, Concord, NH


The present state library building, built in 1895 of native granite, is one of the complex of buildings comprising the center of state government in Concord. Flanked by shrubs, it bears the name of the state in Latin on its facade. Aptly titled, it serves all branches of state government as well as all citizens of the state. [SOURCE]

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