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1913 – Library, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan

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Architect: Reid & McAlpine

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A fine library building still in use today. Funded through a debenture after the city applied to the Carnegie Foundation for funding, the amount which the Foundation was willing to provide was insufficient to build the library. The building, its furnishings and collection cost $110,000.

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