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The Ewell Free Library is situated right in the heart of the villages of Alden and Emerson Roads. It is friendly to the disabled visitors and it has computers for the public to access which totals to five. All are properly networked into one system along with other services that come with a fee like printing, access to the Internet, and any other thing that is made available in their computers. They also have made available their meeting room that can accommodate 45 people. They also have copying services with their copy machine at 15 centavos each.

The library was built way back in 1913 right in the style of the Beaux Arts Classical design. It was given to the town by the Ewell family to pay tribute to the memory of their daughter named as Florence Josephine Ewell. The library has columns that are fluted with walls that are set in grey stones. Its windows are stained glass to upgrade the overall beauty of the very important building that is also significant to great architectures.
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