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Prescott Public Library, Prescott

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The Prescott Public Library is the public library in Prescott, Arizona.

The original Prescott Public Library was a Carnegie library at 125 E. Gurley Street, which is now an office building. It was the first Carnegie library in Arizona. This building was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1975.
The current library location at 215 E. Goodwin Street was built in 1974 and renovated in 2006. The library sees nearly half a million visitors a year.

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  • My wife and I found this library o be excellent. Easy to find what we are looking for, easy to use online holds, clean, helpful staff. As a former Friend of the Library we can say they do a...  more »
  • Large Library and friendly staff. It was a welcoming place with plenty areas to read and a great many internet stations.  more »
  • We're from California and came to visit the library just to see the timeline and artwork outside. Unfortunately, they were closing for the day when we arrived so we never got to see inside, but it looked quite busy. The various public art was a delight, but the timeline sidewalk was great! Definitely a worthwhile sight for any history buff!
  • My husband and I ABSOLUTELY LOVE this library.....helpfull staff,always clean,organized..just amazing....try it🤗

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