Redfield’s Historic Library
Monday, November 11, 2019
A Redfield reading club that formed at the turn of the nineteenth century provided the impetus for constructing a local library. The Redfield Carnegie Library was made possible by a $10,000 grant from the Andrew Carnegie Foundation in March 1902.
The funding paid for the majestic red brick building with its domed cupola and beautiful interior oak columns and woodwork. Recent upgrades to the library addressed accessibility and added a community room.
The Redfield Carnegie Library remains a town treasure. It contains more than 27,000 volumes, including best sellers, periodicals, audio books, videos and more. Keep up with the library and its programming through Facebook.