Midwestern Prairie-ish Library

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guestnow

Midwestern Prairie-ish Library

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There are/were many Prairie School - like public libraries in Wisconsin. This eBay postcard identifes one as being in Winona, Minnesota:



http://cgi.ebay.com/1925-Winona-Minneso ... dZViewItem



I'm rather sure it is not Winona. Does any of the Prairie enthusiasts here recognize this one and where it really is?

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