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Cary Memorial Library

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Cary Memorial Library

1874 Massachusetts Avenue

Lexington, Massachusetts,02420

United States

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It is fitting that this Strategic Plan for the Cary Memorial Library was developed during the same 9-month period that marked the Town of Lexington's 300th Anniversary Celebrations. It has truly been an inspiring time. As a community we have shown our apprecia...more

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Meadows by Harvey Coté
Cary Memorial Library Harvey Coté Meadows by Harvey Coté Harvey Coté is a graduate of the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts and a retired art director of industry. Since the early 1970s to the present he has been exploring the landscape of Arlington's Great Meadows, recording its intimate details and abstract qualities. Coté writes, "I find photographing the disordered patterns of meadow grass, wildflowers, lichen-covered rocks and other forms can become magical in a moment as the light changes.


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