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Campbell Library

East Grand Forks

New Library
The new Campbell Library, to be built across from Sherlock Park downtown.
Photo: Alan Draves

The East Grand Forks Campbell Library was destroyed by the flood. The library was formerly located on Second St. NW downtown, near the river. They lost all their books, as well as the building.

Old Library
The old library after the flood.
Photo: Brian Moe
Old Library
Interior of the old library after the flood.
Photo: Alan Draves

The Campbell Library moved to the Nash Park warming house on the north side of East Grand Forks after the flood. Their temporary location is much smaller than the old library. The library received many donations of books after the flood.

The new Campbell Library will be built on Fourth St. NW in downtown East Grand Forks, across from Sherlock Park. Construction should begin this spring. The library is selling a book about the flood, A Small Town's War, to raise money for furnishing the new library.

Temporary Library
The temporary library in Nash Park.
Photo: Alan Draves
Book signing
Author Jennifer Quam and East Grand Forks Mayor Lynn Stauss signing copies of the flood book A Small Town's War in the Holiday Mall, April 17, 1999.
Photo: Alan Draves

More Campbell Library Photos

Downtown East Grand Forks after the Flood

Rebuilding Downtown East Grand Forks

Campbell Library Home Page

Friends of the Campbell Library

City of East Grand Forks

Flood book
Charlotte Helgeson, Campbell Library Director, and Mike Pokrzywinski, Chairman of the Friends of the Campbell Library, selling copies of A Small Town's War at the Holiday Mall.
Photo: Alan Draves


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