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Glove City library gets state grant for window rehab

Century-old Carnegie building to have windows replaced

The Gloversville Public Library is shown in this photo from April 2013.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
The Gloversville Public Library is shown in this photo from April 2013.
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The Gloversville Public Library is showing its age. The dignified Carnegie structures, all masonry and big windows, is beautiful, but more than a century old. “Sometimes you can feel a breeze inside,” said library Director Barbara Madonna. Thanks to a state grant, some new life will soon be breathed into the old place. Madonna applied for a $200,000 grant from the Division of Library Development in September and recently heard from officials that the project ...

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