Centennial events set for Nov. 13-14
On Nov. 14, 1913, the cornerstone of the Carnegie library was set in place, marking one of the high points in Detroit Lakes history – the introduction of a library to the city of what was then Detroit.
Since then the community has grown, as the library has as well.
Though its size increased with a 1988 addition to support the increasing use of the library, the historic Carnegie portion of the library stands proud at the corner of Washington Avenue and Frazee Street.
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