The exterior of the Farmington Public Library building taken from across Academy Street, 1916. Notice the unpaved street, the wooden fences, and the elm trees, which have long since been removed, due to the Dutch elm disease, which was widespread in mid-20th century.
The building was unchanged until the expansion project of the late 1990s.
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