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From 1899 to 1928, Kezzie Monroe was a librarian in Ontario. She had come to Ontario in 1891 from Maine and lived here until her death in 1940. She saw many changes in the library during her tenure, including the number of books growing nearly ten fold. She also saw the library move from its temporary quarters at the Masonic Hall to the Carnegie Library.
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