Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Ridgefield Library


The library is a fine asset, at the northern edge of Main Street and the downtown commercial district.

It combines a handsome building from 1903 with an expansion in the 1980s that more than tripled its size and another major renovation and expansion completed in 2014.. 


William Kendall said...

A beautiful building.

Taken For Granted said...

The building entrance looks like it could have been an ordinal Carnegie Library. Andrew Carnegie paid for thousands of libraries all across the country. Our town even has one, now a Cultural Center after the city built a new library.

RedPat said...

I was also wondering if it is a Carnegie library. It resembles some of the ones we have here.