Checking Out More of Denver's Little Free Libraries

Little free libraries — tiny houses where you can leave a book or take a book — are popping up all over town. Some efforts are modest, like the library my father installed in front of my house; others are more elaborate — history-making, even. The Design and Production team at the History Colorado Center has made a series of the tiny structures, including a few that look like the historic buildings where they are located: the Grant-Humphreys Mansion, for example, and the Byers-Evans House.
There's also a little library right in front of the History Colorado Center itself, as well as the El Pueblo History Museum in Pueblo.
Where have you spotted any little free libraries?

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