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1974 - Carnegie demolition

The 70-year old Carnegie Library is brought down by the wrecking ballThe Carnegie Library building along with the old book store behind the library, the old high school and its auditorium annex were demolished after new buildings replaced them. The familiar round pillars from the front of the library were removed by William Greier, whose wrecking ball brought down the old structure, for a house that he would construct at Greier's Lake, a fishing and picnicking area near Berlin Center.

 

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