The central branch of the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library is set to reopen on December 9. The library, which is located at 40 E. St. Clair St. in downtown Indianapolis, has undergone a lengthy construction project, which began in 2002. It operated out of an interim location until this September, when it closed in preparation for the move back into the expanded building.
When it reopens, the library will include an Indianapolis Special Collections Room, full of archival materials about Indianapolis and Marion County. The library also has a collection of Indiana newspapers on microfilm.
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