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    • 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...
    • San Pablo Library [electronic resource].

    • San Pablo (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- San Pablo (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • San Pablo Library Chronology: Contra Costa County Library establishes a station in the San Pablo Post Office (1914). Station moves briefly to the office of Justice of the Peace Moitoiza (1942). Station moves to the Wanlass Insurance Agency office...
    • Bay Point Library [electronic resource].

    • Bay Point (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- Bay Point (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • Bay Point Library Chronology: Contra Costa County Library establishes Bay Point Library in hospital room of the Bay Point Lumber Company (October 15, 1914). Bay Point Library moves to bandstand on Carroll Street (1918). Bay Point Library changes...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Orinda Library [electronic resource].

    • Orinda (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- Orinda (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • Orinda Library Chronology: County Library opens deposit station with a small book collection located at the Orinda Park School (1914). Orinda Library moves to a 4x4 foot bookcase in the Orinda Store (1925). Library moves into combination fire...
    • Pinole Library [electronic resource].

    • Pinole (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- Pinole (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • Pinole Library Chronology: Contra Costa County Library establishes branch in the Pinole Opera House (March 5, 1914). Mr. L. P. Brandt builds Pinole’s first library building, an 8x10 foot corrugated sheet metal structure, on the corner of San Pablo...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • Pittsburg Library [electronic resource].

    • Pittsburg (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- Pittsburg (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • Pittsburg Library Chronology: Sumner Crosby, former State Assemblyman from the 47th District donates 584 books to town; town places books upstairs in the firehouse, and puts Mrs. Theresa Minaker in charge (1913). County Library establishes...
    • Rodeo Library [electronic resource].

    • Rodeo (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- Rodeo (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • Rodeo Library Chronology: County Library opens Rodeo Library in schoolhouse (February 1914). Library moves to different rooms in town (1915,1918,1920). Rodeo Library Association rents space from school district for Rodeo Improvement Club and...
    • Walnut Creek Library [electronic resource].

    • Walnut Creek (Calif.) -- History -- Photographs.; Library buildings -- History -- Walnut Creek (Calif.) -- Photographs.; Local history -- Contra Costa County (Calif.) -- Photographs.;
    • Walnut Creek Library Chronology: Women’s Improvement Club organizes the Walnut Creek Free Library (July 1911). Walnut Creek Library joins the Contra Costa County Library (October 9, 1913). Carnegie Corporation announces grant of $2500 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...

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