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One of the few remaining Carnegie Libraries still in its original unaltered configuration, the Bronson library originated in the early 1880s as the Ladies Library Association. The present library, a charming red brick Classic Revival style library with a red tied roof, was built with funds provided by steel tycoon Andrew Carnegie and cost $8,478. The library opened on May 23, 1912. It is a registered Michigan Historic Site.