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    • Antioch Library [electronic resource].

    • Antioch (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- Antioch (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • Antioch Library Chronology A group of Antioch citizens forms a library club with each member contributing $5 (1893). M. Williams opens the Antioch Free Reading Room at the back of his store on Main Street (1906). Antioch Woman’s Club organizes a...
    • Brentwood Library [electronic resource].

    • Brentwood (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- Brentwood (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • Brentwood Library Chronology: Brentwood Library Association builds, furnishes and opens Brentwood Branch of Contra Costa County Library at First and Oak Streets (November 1914-January 1915). Library burns to the ground (July 8, 1919). Library...
    • Clayton Library [electronic resource].

    • Clayton (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- Clayton (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • Clayton Library Chronology: Clayton Branch of AAUW takes on project “Build a Library for the Clayton Community” (March 1989). City of Clayton pledges $1.4 million for building (1991). California State Library awards $2.8 million of California...
    • Concord Library [electronic resource].

    • Concord (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- Concord (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • Concord Library Chronology: Concord citizens organize to establish a public library and reading room in the Concord Fire Hall (1906). Library moves into new quarters next door to the Levenson Building (1913). Concord Library joins the Contra Costa...
    • Crockett Library [electronic resource].

    • Crockett (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- Crockett (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • Crockett Library Chronology: Crockett Branch of Contra Costa County Library opens in the YMCA hall (March 27, 1914). C&H Sugar Refining Company provides space in the former Bank of Pinole building for the Crockett Library and the Library moves...
    • Danville Library [electronic resource].

    • Danville (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- Danville (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • Danville Library Chronology: Danville Grange arranges for library service from the California State Library (1906). Danville Grange writes letter in support of the formation of the Contra Costa County Library (July 19, 1913). Branch library opens...
    • Dougherty Station Library [electronic resource].

    • San Ramon (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- San Ramon (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • Dougherty Station Library Chronology: Library Advisory Committee recommends planning for library in Dougherty Valley and for at least one additional branch in San Ramon in the future (March 11, 1998). Diablo Valley College Strategic Plan calls for...
    • El Cerrito Library [electronic resource].

    • El Cerrito (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- El Cerrito (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • El Cerrito Library Chronology: Rust Branch Library opens in Rust (now El Cerrito) post office (October 31, 1913). Library moves to the home of Dr. Joseph T. Breneman (1915). Rust Branch Library changes name to El Cerrito Branch Library...
    • El Sobrante Library [electronic resource].

    • El Sobrante (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- El Sobrante (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • El Sobrante Library Chronology: County Library establishes a station in the home of Mrs. Blanche Burg (December 1938). Station closes when Mrs. Burg takes a war job (September 1943). El Sobrante Garden Club sponsors new station in a small building...
    • Standing bear [art reproduction].

    • Art, American -- 19th Century.; Art, American -- 20th Century.; Art, American -- West (U.S.).; Art, Modern -- 19th century -- United States.;
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • Fighting elks [art reproduction].

    • Art, American -- 19th Century.; Art, American -- 20th Century.; Art, American -- West (U.S.).; Art, Modern -- 19th century -- United States.; Remington, Frederick, 1861-1909.;
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • Indian on horse with bow and arrow [art reproduction].

    • Art, American -- 19th Century.; Art, American -- 20th Century.; Art, American -- West (U.S.).; Art, Modern -- 19th century -- United States.;
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • Bronco buster [realia].

    • Art, American -- 19th Century.; Art, American -- 20th Century.; Art, American -- West (U.S.).; Art, Modern -- 19th century -- United States.;
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • Rattlesnake [realia].

    • Art, American -- 19th Century.; Art, American -- 20th Century.; Art, American -- West (U.S.).; Art, Modern -- 19th century -- United States.; West (U.S.) -- In art.; Remington, Frederick, 1861-1909.;
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • Mountain man [realia].

    • Art, American -- 19th Century.; Art, American -- 20th Century.; Art, American -- West (U.S.).; Art, Modern -- 19th century -- United States.; West (U.S.) -- In art.; Remington, Frederick, 1861-1909.;
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • American eagle [art reproduction].

    • Art, American -- 19th Century.; Art, American -- 20th Century.; Art, American -- West (U.S.).; Art, Modern -- 19th century -- United States.; West (U.S.) -- In art.;
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • Indian on horse [art reproduction].

    • Remington, Frederick, 1861-1909.;
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • Wicked pony [art reproduction].

    • Art, American -- 19th Century.; Art, American -- 20th Century.; Art, American -- West (U.S.).; Art, Modern -- 19th century -- United States.; Remington, Frederick, 1861-1909.; West (U.S.) -- In art.;
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • Wounded bunkie #12 [art reproduction].

    • Art, American -- 19th Century.; Art, American -- 20th Century.; Art, American -- West (U.S.).; Art, Modern -- 19th century -- United States.; Remington, Frederick, 1861-1909.;
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • Outlaw [art reproduction].

    • Art, American -- 19th Century.; Art, American -- 20th Century.; Art, American -- West (U.S.).; Art, Modern -- 19th century -- United States.; Remington, Frederick, 1861-1909.;
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • Buffalo signal [art reproduction].

    • Art, American -- 19th Century.; Art, American -- 20th Century.; Art, American -- West (U.S.).; Art, Modern -- 19th century -- United States.; Remington, Frederick, 1861-1909.; West (U.S.) -- In art.;
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • Wooly chaps [art reproduction].

    • Art, American -- 19th Century.; Art, American -- 20th Century.; Art, American -- West (U.S.).; Art, Modern -- 19th century -- United States.; Remington, Frederick, 1861-1909.; West (U.S.) -- In art.;
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • Faces of a proud people [art reproduction].

    • Art, American -- 19th Century.; Art, American -- 20th Century.; Art, American -- West (U.S.).; Art, Modern -- 19th century -- United States.;
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • Arizona cowboy [art reproduction]

    • Art, American -- 19th Century.; Art, American -- 20th Century.; Art, American -- West (U.S.).; Art, Modern -- 19th century -- United States.; West (U.S.) -- In art.; Remington, Frederick, 1861-1909.;
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • Horse thief [art reproduction].

    • Art, American -- 19th Century.; Art, American -- 20th Century.; Art, American -- West (U.S.).; Art, Modern -- 19th century -- United States.; Remington, Frederick, 1861-1909.; West (U.S.) -- In art.;
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • The horse thief [art reproduction].

    • Art, American -- 19th Century.; Art, American -- 20th Century.; Art, American -- West (U.S.).; Art, Modern -- 19th century -- United States.; Remington, Frederick, 1861-1909.; West (U.S.) -- In art.;
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • Norther [art reproduction].

    • Art, American -- 19th Century.; Art, American -- 20th Century.; Art, American -- West (U.S.).; Art, Modern -- 19th century -- United States.; Remington, Frederick, 1861-1909.; West (U.S.) -- In art.;
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • Uncommon valor was a common virtue [art reproduction].

    • Rule, Gallagher.; Art, American -- 19th Century.; Art, American -- 20th Century.; Art, American -- West (U.S.).; Art, Modern -- 19th century -- United States.; West (U.S.) -- In art.
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • When you gotta ride [art reproduction].

    • Art, American -- 19th Century.; Art, American -- 20th Century.; Art, American -- West (U.S.).; Art, Modern -- 19th century -- United States.; West (U.S.) -- In art.; Navarro, Chris, 1956-;
    • In 1995 The Dean and Margaret Lesher Foundation donated 24 bronze sculptures to the Contra Costa County Library System. The Foundation was bequeathed an extensive artwork collection from the late Dean Lesher. Mr. Lesher was an avid collector of...
    • Kensington Library [electronic resource].

    • Kensington (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- Kensington (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • Kensington Library Chronology: County Library opens Kensington Park Branch in the home of the Caudron family (October 13, 1922). Branch moves to the home of Miss Eleanor J. Loudon (1925). Branch moves to Sulliger real estate office (1931). Branch...
    • Lafayette Library [electronic resource].

    • Lafayette (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- Lafayette (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • Lafayette Library Chronology: County Library opens branch in a corner of the Lafayette post office (1915). Lafayette Improvement Club purchases old Lafayette School building, moves it to Main Street as enlarged quarters for the combination post...
    • Martinez Library [electronic resource].

    • Martinez (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- Martinez (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • Martinez Library Chronology: The EQV [Esse Quam Videre or to Be, Not to Seem) Club is organized to establish a free reading room (October 24, 1883). Martinez Free Reading Room and Library Association organize and open a reading room in a building...
    • Moraga Library [electronic resource].

    • Moraga (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- Moraga (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • Moraga Library Chronology: County Library opens Moraga Branch in grocery store (January –August 1918). County Library provides library service in a room located at the back of Moraga post office (1936-1944). Pacific Telephone and Telegraph offers...
    • Oakley Library [electronic resource].

    • Oakley (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- Oakley (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • Oakley Library Chronology: County Library establishes Oakley Branch Library (November 1913). Library moves to Oakley Woman’s Club (1916). Oakley Library moves to a new space in the former Oakley School building on East Ruby Street (1975). Governor...

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