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Find the newest, coziest nook to read, research, or just daydream at Mesa Public Library.
The Southwest Room in the east wing, housing books, magazines and reference materials related to the region, was officially dedicated at 1 p.m. today.
The room, comprised of bookshelf walls and catalog computer, is decorated with Southwestern-style furniture and art.
The shelving, relocation of the collection and furnishings were funded with the support of the Friends of Mesa Public Library. Community donors provided decorations.
The library had long recognized the need to relocate and consolidate the collection of Southwest-related materials which had been housed in various locations, mostly on low shelves under the windows, making the collection difficult to browse and access.
Now, the popular topographical maps will be located near the Southwest Room and Southwest periodicals and reference materials, including the older bound volumes of New Mexico Magazine, are on the Southwest Room shelving, but facing out from the room.
Library Manager Charlie Kalogeros-Chattan worked with county facilities staff to design a room without a huge financial and staff time price tag.
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