Photography courtesy of the Anne T. Kent California Room Collection
History of the Corte Madera Library: The Corte Madera branch of the Marin County Free Library opened in January 1928 in the Parkside Hotel Building, which it shared with the Post Office. More information about the library is available in "The Building of the Corte Madera Library", a summary prepared by Nancy Davis.
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From the Branch Manager: Welcome to the Corte Madera Library! We are proud to be a part of the Corte Madera community. We strive to offer the materials, programs, and services that best meet the needs of all of the people in our area and make us a true community asset.
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Anne T. Kent California Room Librarian Laurie Thompson will talk about the Legacy of the Kent Family at the Corte Madera Library on Thursday, May 3rd from 7 to 8 P.M. Albert and Adaline Kent and their son William first came to Marin in 1871....