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In 1960, Warwick like so many Rhode Island cities and towns, was a multi-library city with seven small community libraries open a total of 80 hours a week. The Apponaug Free Library, a sturdy brick building next door the City hall, was open three days a week for a total of twelve hours. The Conimicut Public Library, a stucco building on Beach Avenue, was open two days a week, a total of nine hours. The Lakewood Free Library, on the second floor of a wooden building erected as a town hall in