The Martinsville Branch Library Photo Gallery

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Photo of Burch House Photo of Andes House Photo of Andes House Summer Photo of Capital Campaign Mailer
The late Senator Thomas Granville Burch's house was willed to the Martinsville Memorial Library. The board voted to tear down the house. The Andes House that became the Martinsville Memorial Library after being purchased in 1946, until its demolition in 1962. A summer time view of the Andes House.

The capital campaign mailer used to raise monies for the building of the library in 1961. Sponsored by the Martinsville Exchange Club.

Photo of organizers list Photo of inside of mailer Photo of floor plan Photo of Memorial Opportunities List
The campaign's organizers and Trustees of the Library. The inside of the capital campaign mailer that offers justification for and description of the desired changes. The desired floor plan. The list of "Memorial Opportunities."
Photo of Library in 1978 Photo of Magnolia Tree Photo of Magnolia Tree Photo of Magnolia Tree
The Martinsville Library in 1978 The current library encircles this saucer magnolia that used to be in the yard of the Whittle home. (photo by Lynn Pritchett) Another view of the saucer magnolia from the back of the library.(photo by Lynn Pritchett) The saucer magnolia in its burgeoning blooms of late March.(photo by Lynn Pritchett)
Photo of Library front.      
The front of the Martinsville Branch with the magnolia in the background. (photo by Lynn Pritchett)