Peter White Public Library

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Peter White Public Library (PWPL) is a public library and community center in Marquette, located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. The library building has stood at 217 North Front St. since 1904, and an extensive renovation and addition was completed in 2000. The building also houses the Marquette Arts and Culture Center and a café. The library is named after Peter White, a local businessman, postmaster, real estate developer, Michigan congressman and philanthropist who lived from 1830 to 1908. Housing approximately 248,000 items, the library welcomes an average of 850 visitors per day and circulates more than 273,000 items annually. The library is operated by the City of Marquette; eight townships in Marquette County also contract service with the library, bringing the total population served to more than 37,000.

Dec 7, 2017
Children (9 and under)+ | $$

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