An intimate little library, its simple portico, Palladian window, shingled walls, and bay windows set forth a sense of romantic formality. The land on which the library stands was donated to the territory by Dorothy Bond, Dr. Benjamin Bond's daughter, and missionary Elias Bond's great-granddaughter.
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Benjamin D. Bond Library
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