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Logan Square, Chicago
  • Noise isn't as much of a problem as at some of the other Chicago Public Library branches because the kids section is more effectively separated by a wall

    • by Bartleby
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      As one of the newer branch libraries in the Chicago Public Library system, the Logan Square location is one of the more attractive and user-friendly spaces. I frequently take advantage of the free wireless internet there, and even though my laptop computer does not have an especially strong wireless

      antenna for sending and receiving signals, I find that I always get a good signal here.

      The work tables are all in an open part of the library and not hidden behind any bookshelves.

      There are no problems with finding electrical outlets at this library either.

      Noise isn’t ...


      • as much of a problem as at some of the other Chicago Public Library branches because the kids section is more effectively separated by a wall.

        They don’t have an enormous collection of books, but the periodical list is surprisingly decent and the library is always clean and tidy.

        I find the large atrium to be a real selling point for people who want to read or study in an aesthetically pleasing environment.

        This library is more than a place to borrow books and leave; you’ll want to linger for a while and chat with the friendly staff.




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