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FAQ's
Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the Library's full name?
        A: The Oxford Free Public Library
Q: When was the Oxford Library built?
        A: The library was originally built in 1903.  The addition was completed in 2000.
Q: Was the original building always a library?
        A: Yes.  The Charles Larned Memorial building, which houses the library, was originally
             built in 1903 to serve the residents of Oxford as a public library, and a museum to
             preserve town history.

 

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