Akron-Summit County Public Library, Kenmore Branch

Akron-Summit County Public Library, Kenmore Branch
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Library service to the Kenmore area began with a lending library started by a local citizen. The Akron Public Library took over the service in 1930. The current building opened on January 4, 1957. It had a larger, and more expensive collection than any branch library previously opened.

The books alone cost $9,949.64. Current library statistics show that Kenmore Branch has 15,795 registered borrowers, circulated 193,703 items in 2010 and has a current collection of 64,744 items.
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