According to a new book on old Fargo, there were three Carnegie libraries. This revelation struck me like a hammer; practically a Leia-is-your-sister moment, without the ooky sexual tension. I’d never known there was a third; I knew of only two. Rumors of a third were scoffed at, and people who believed in The Third also carried around books by Immanuel Velikovsky and insisted that Beethoven wrote  tenth symphony, too. Madmen! It turns out they were right, and perhaps this is the lost library.

Because it sure the hell doesn’t look anything like the two Carnegie Libraries everyone knew. As you’ll see . . .