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NCPR News Flower Library Gets Facelift
There is noise and congestion at Watertown's public library, but this time the librarians don't mind. The Flower Memorial Library, a landmark in Watertown, is undergoing renovation and restoration in the midst of its centennial year. Opened in 1905, the library was a gift to the city by Emma Flower Taylor, the daughter of ex-Governor Roswell P. Flower. Todd Moe reports. (8:00)
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