We are pleased to announce that the ROCHESTER PUBLIC LIBRARY has acquired the VANISHING CUBA book.
Public libraries in Rochester have a long and rich history. What began as subscription libraries in the early 1800s evolved into a vibrant network throughout our city neighborhoods. Our libraries are filled with people of all ages coming together to explore literature through the thousands of books and magazines offered at each location, exploring the online world through the high-speed Internet connections and computers provided free of charge to our users, and learning about new cultures and ideas through the many and diverse programs offered daily in our libraries.
The Rochester Public Library, founded in 1911, consists of one Central Library in the heart of downtown Rochester and ten neighborhood branches throughout the city. The Central Library campus is made up of two buildings: the historic Rundel Memorial Library Building and the newer Bausch & Lomb Public Library Building, built in 1997. Both buildings are located at 115 South Avenue, between Broad and Court Streets.
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