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Library shines brightly in Mattapan

New BPL branch designed to meet civic needs

The building's tall windows let in sunlight by day and turn the library into a neighborhood beacon at night. Inside, the young adults' reading room is set back from the front entrance. The building's tall windows let in sunlight by day and turn the library into a neighborhood beacon at night. Inside, the young adults' reading room is set back from the front entrance. (Photos by Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / March 8, 2009

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When you walk into the new Boston branch library in the Mattapan neighborhood, you see books. Not just computers, although the computers are where most of the library's users are sitting. (Full article: 922 words)

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