Dumbarton Public Library :: Shared Description

As an institution, Dumbarton's Public Library dates from 1881. It was originally based in the old Abstainer's Hall in Heggie's Buildings (High Street). Outgrowing this, it moved to the ground floor of the William Denny Institute (Church Street). It then moved to the present-day building; the gift of Andrew Carnegie, it opened in 1910. An extension was built in 196869 at the urging of Burgh Librarian William Martin.
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NS3975 : Old stone, Dumbarton Library by Lairich Rig

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Created: Mon, 28 Jan 2019, Updated: Thu, 14 Feb 2019

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