Tables at Morrisson-Reeves Library in Richmond, Indiana

These wrought iron and glass tables that are scattered throughout Morrisson-Reeves Library provide a solid link to the past. They were created from the flooring of the second and third floor stacks in the former library building which was replaced in 1975.

For more information, visit Morrisson-Reeves Library at https://mrlinfo.org.

Photo: Low table created from historic wrought iron and glass flooring at the original Morrisson-Reeves Library.

Photo taken Fall, 2000

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