Explore The
History of Morrisson-Reeves 

Morrisson-Reeves Historical Tour

The building that currently houses Morrisson-Reeves Library was built in 1975.  Because the previous building had been a part of the community for more than 80 years, many were reluctant to see it go.  So before it was demolished, workers salvaged many architectural objects and incorporated them into the new building.  The result is a modern building with many reminders of the library's long and distinguished heritage.

Robert Morrisson Painting

Iron Tables

Clock

Tiffany Windows

Brown Room

Sonnet

Spiral Staircase

 

 

Courtyard

Bimbo Fountain

Arthur Middleton Reeves Plaque

Maps

Bard Room

Board Room

Director's Office