The "world's smallest library" was built in 1940 by the late Melvin C. Bush of Beaver Falls at his summer camp outside Lowville. The library is aobut 9 feet tall and six feet wide and is much used by summer visitors in the area, as well as by children and local residents. Watertown Daily Times file

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