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The Redwood Library’s extensive 3M eBook catalog grants patrons access to nearly 800 titles in popular fiction, mystery and nonfiction. Here, the Redwood Staff recommend a few must-read titles.

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Despite the addition of the Reading Room in 1858, it was clear by 1872 that more changes needed to be made to the Redwood. Did you know those plans included Richard Morris Hunt, and the destruction of the 1747 building? Click here to read more!

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Make any new resolutions for 2016? Need some good advice? Check out our latest blog post about family advice from 1792!

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The Redwood Library’s extensive 3M eBook catalog grants patrons access to nearly 800 titles in popular fiction, mystery and nonfiction. Here, the Redwood Staff recommend a few must-read titles.

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The Redwood Library’s extensive 3M eBook catalog grants patrons access to nearly 800 titles in popular fiction, mystery and nonfiction. Here, the Redwood Staff recommend a few must-read titles.

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The wonderful thing about cultural institutions like the Redwood, are the unique items donated over the years. Take, for example, these spectacles, owned by Abraham Redwood. Click here to read more.

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The Redwood Library’s extensive 3M eBook catalog grants patrons access to nearly 800 titles in popular fiction, mystery and nonfiction. Here, the Redwood Staff recommend a few must-read titles.

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Interested in animal anatomy? How about the inner workings of the reptilian nervous system? Even after one hundred thirty three years, the photographic prints in this volume, created from slide negatives, are crystal clear. Click here to read and see more.

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The Redwood Library’s extensive 3M eBook catalog grants patrons access to nearly 800 titles in popular fiction, mystery and nonfiction. Here, the Redwood Staff recommend a few must-read titles.

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Did you know that the color of the Redwood Library is authentic to its original exterior? Click here to read more!

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