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            The Stockton Public Library was built in 1911 by money received from Andrew Carnegie.  In 1984 the new Walker Addition to the library was added to the historic Carnegie library funded by money given by Frank and Marvel Walker.  Stockton is fortunate to have blended so well the beautiful old structure with a fine modern facility.  The Carnegie building is available for a reading area,  exhibits and meetings during regular library hours.  You can enjoy the Annual Parade of Christmas Trees in the Carnegie Room in December during regular Library hours with a special open house on the Friday after Thanksgiving (1-5 P.M.)

 

revised 05/11