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Your Home Library

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Built  1885
Architectural style  Late Victorian
Opened  1885
Added to NRHP  5 October 2005
Architect  T. I. Lacey
NRHP Reference #  05001138
Area  1,600 m²
Your Home Library
Location  107 Main St., Johnson City, New York

Your Home Public Library is a historic library building located at Johnson City in Broome County, New York. It is a Late Victorian style building built as a residence in 1885 and converted for use as a library in 1917. The original section of the building is two and one half stories and constructed of brick with a stone foundation, concrete and cast stone water tables, sills, lintels, and band courses. The design features projecting and recessed pavilions, a complex multi-gabled roof, a projecting dormer, and a turret with conical roof and tall weathervane. A large wing was added in 1920. Your Home Library was developed by Harry L. Johnson, brother of George F. Johnson (1857–1948), founder of Endicott-Johnson Shoe Company.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.

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Your Home Library Wikipedia


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