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Amelia S. Givin Public Library in Mt Holly Springs, Pennsylvania

On January 2, 1890, Amelia S. Givin gave a very large and beautiful gift to the people of Mt. Holly Springs. The Givin family had made a fortune from various business ventures in town and Amelia wanted to thank the community by providing a public library. Here in this sleepy little hamlet in South Central Pennsylvania, this stately library awaits anyone who would like to be temporarily transported back in time and halfway across the world.
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