Charles E. White Branch, Syracuse's first branch library, opened in July 1925. It serves the city's most ethnically and racially diverse populations: Southeast Asians, Caribbeans, Europeans and Middle Easterners.
Murals by Margaret Huntington Boehner decorate the Children's Room. The second floor has a fifty-person capacity community meeting room. The modest basement collection provides foreign language books, materials to learn English and citizenship information.
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