Schlow Centre Region Library

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The Schlow Centre Region Library, formerly known as the State College Public Library and the Schlow Memorial Library, serves the State College, Pennsylvania area.

A new building opened in 2005, replacing the original, which opened in 1957. The new two-story 38,577-square-foot (3,583.9 m2) building cost $10 million to construct. The public facilities include 66 computers. There were about 37,000 card holders, about 5,000 of them were new card holders.[1]

According to the 2005 Annual Report, Schlow had about 291,000 visitors and about 592,000 books in circulation.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Smeltz, Adam (2005-10-04). "New Schlow wows library patrons". Centre Daily Times. 

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Coordinates: 40°47′36″N 77°51′35″W / 40.7934°N 77.8598°W / 40.7934; -77.8598