The first Bordeaux Branch Library opened in 1976 on Hydes Ferry Road at a site donated by the Bordeaux Civic Club. This 2,230 sq. ft. library was replaced by the new Bordeaux Branch in 2000. The new facility tripled the size of the book collection, added public computers and online catalogs. The 20,000 square-foot building was designed by McFarlin Huitt Panvini Architects, and incorporates many library motifs (books, library logo, etc) in the building design.
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