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The Milwaukee Leaders Collection began in 1989, as a photo exhibit at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Milwaukee Public Library Neighborhood Library.
Forty years ago today, Richard Nixon announced his resignation as the 37th president of the United States in a speech on August 8, 1974.
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The main portal for discovering all EBSCO database subscriptions available at the Milwaukee Public Library. Most of the databases are provided as part of Wisconsin's BadgerLink program.
Tour the past and present glory of the Central Library with the Friends of Milwaukee Public Library.
Free tours begin at 1:30 p.m. each Saturday afternoon in the rotunda. Tours are also available by appointment. Call (414) 286-TOUR.
The Milwaukee Public Library was founded in 1878. After several moves, the Central Library was built in response to the need for more spacious quarters. It opened its doors to the public on October 3, 1898. The original structure is a combination of French and Italian Renaissance styles built of Bedford limestone. Several additions help make up the block-long building that stands today. Central Library has been designated a landmark by the Milwaukee Historic Preservation Commission and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.