Phoenix >Phoenix Public Library
5 story building. I lived in Phoenix, Arizona from 2004 to 2006 until I moved to Winslow in July, 2006. I visited Burton Barr Library nearly every day. The legal research part of the library reflects throughout it in it's literature. I like their map room and they have 15 minute internet if you don't have a card. I rode a bicycle to there and they have a bicycle wrack. The thing I remember most occured on 07/07/2005 or 777. I went to 15 minute internet to find on Mapquest the location of a car accident I had on 01/13/1999 from a letter I was sent from the insurance company forwarded from where I resided. I found it at 12:02PM 777. The next year, on 07/07/2006 or 1003 + 1003, I found myself at Harper Funeral Home looking at someone? with my 1211 numerology. 7713 probably does not work out.
This five-floor, 280,000-square-foot building houses more than a million volumes and is the nucleus of a 13-branch system..
A gigantic spacecraft hangar from the vicinity of Area 51 comes to mind when approaching this imposing rectangular mass of copper, concrete and glass. But it was Monument Valley that inspired local celebrity architect William Bruder to create this design. The natural lighting, spacious reading, browsing areas and views make visiting this library a pleasurable experience.
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