|Looking back at towards the main part of the library.|
|I think these old columns are marble. They're beautifully detailed.|
|I'm not sure when this style lamp came into fashion, but it was definitely out|
by the 1940s.
|In a town named "Stratford", it is no surprise that|
William Shakespeare is considered a founding father.
|Victor Hugo wrote Les Miserables.|
|Emma by the fireplace. That picture is of the man who|
donated the money to build this library back during the 1800s.
I can't remember his name, and his portrait wasn't labeled.
|Sally, receiving her award from the library.|
|The girls, standing outside the library's side door.|
|Every library needs a turret, no?|
|Panoramic view of the front of the building. The left half is the old|
American Legion building. The right half is the original library. In the 1980s
they were combined to make a single building, which is now all part of the library.