Michigan City Public Library, Michigan City

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Library · Traveler Resource
The Michigan City Public Library is a 35,000-square-foot (3,300 m2) one level facility located in Michigan City, Indiana. It was designed by the world-renowned architect Helmut Jahn. Jahn designed the building while working for the Chicago architecture firm C.F. Murphy, which later would become Jahn Architects. The design began in 1974 and the construction was completed in 1977.
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  • This is one of the best libraries I’ve ever visited. For a small town they have a lot available. There is a large section for children and they have many programs for the children and for adults...  more »
  • Libraries have changed so much. They serve more as community centers and this library is no different. It is worth walking through and sitting down to read.  more »
  • Ever heard of a classier library, the library has neat little events. However, just outside there are homeless people shambling sadly about. Unfortunately they slept out front. The librarians response seems to be treat everyone who is not wealthy looking like dirt.
  • This library is very comfortable well staffed safe and peaceful with plenty of charging stations and computers.

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