Cooper Queen Library

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Main Street, Bisbee, AZ, USA

Cooper Queen Library Bisbee Reviews

Africancrab Africanc…
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Oldest Library in the state of Arizona Mar 11, 2013
Historically, the Cooper Queen Building houses the oldest library in the State of Arizona. Built in 1882 and completed as late as 1907, the three floor red brick building has had a continuously operating public library since 1882.

It is pretty plain and rather rustic looking inside, many may find it unpleasant. There is a reason it is the way it is; preserve its historic importance to the town.

Besides the library, the building also houses the post office, so if you have postcards or letters to mail, this is the place to go. It is located right on Main street as you drive in to town.
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mkrh says:
Thanks for sharing.
Posted on: Mar 23, 2013
Africancrab says:
O, this library is meticulously kept. You would like it if you like books. My daughter and I both love books. We are making our own library at home. We love antique book shops and libraries
Posted on: Mar 21, 2013
spocklogic says:
Interesting to know 'oldest' things in various places. No place with books (as long as they are not musty and dusty) is ever unpleasant!
Posted on: Mar 19, 2013
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