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and would redound to the intellectual culture and welfare of the public, and

WHEREAS, the building forming the corner of Lafayette and Camp streets, and lately occupied by the Criminal District Court, is now vacant, and is well adapted to this purpose; therefore be it

Resolved by the Council of the City of New Orleans, That said building be and is hereby dedicated for the use and purpose of a Public Library.

Be it further ordained, That the City Engineer be and is hereby directed to prepare plans and specifications for the alteration of the interior of said building to meet the requirements and wants of such purpose.

Adopted by the Council of the city of New Orleans. January 29, 1895.

DAN A. ROSE,
Clerk of Council.
Approved February 2, 1895.

JOHN FITZPATRICK,
Mayor.
A true copy:
CLARK STEEN,
Secretary to the Mayor.


MAYORALTY OF NEW ORLEANS,
CITY HALL, April 15, 1896.}

No. 12,217, Council Series.

AN ORDINANCE establishing a Public Library in the city of New Orleans, and providing for the management of same.

Be it Resolved, That the Fisk Free Library, now located in the Tulane University, and

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