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Mahlstedt House (Huguenot Children's Library)
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As part of the development of the former Mahlstedt property, its 1869 home, the "little brick house up in the woods," was transformed into the Huguenot branch of the New Rochelle Public Library.  For seven decades, it was a charming mid-city spot for readers and researchers of all ages.  After closing due to financial constraints in 1992, a grassroots effort led by local residents lovingly restored the building to create the current Huguenot Children's Library. (Barbara Davis)

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