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Baldwin Public Library
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Birmingham, MI

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Martha Baldwin started a literary club in 1869 with 19 other people and 48 volumes. This was the beginning of library history in Birmingham. The club eventually grew and purchased the First Methodist Church in 1871 and solidified their presence in the city.

The library continued to grow and thrive in the city of Birmingham. In 1913, Martha passed away and the library board voted that the Public Library of Birmingham be named the “Baldwin Memorial Library” in Martha’s honor.
Today the Baldwin Public Library consists of over 120,000 educational materials such as books, compact discs, DVDs, magazines, newspapers and databases. The library hosts a variety of events for all ages and continues to promote literacy and education.

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