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On Sept. 10, 1994 more than 100 volunteers began moving 125,000 items from the old library to the new Mesa Public Library. Children loaded books into red wagons and hauled them several blocks up Central Avenue.
By Sept. 14 and ahead of schedule, all the items were in their brand new home. Since then, the library has grown up, becoming one of the best-loved and most used institutions in Los Alamos. Celebrate this sweet 16th anniversary with an exhibit of the works of Mesa Public Library architect, Antoine Predock.
The acclaimed architect will show preliminary site sketches and drawings, travel drawings, international project proposals and a progression of the Mesa Public Library project from initial sketches to clay model; working drawings to finished structure.
The exhibit will also include a special selection of recent photographs of the library by noted architectural photographer Robert Reck.
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