Library Images

Pictures of the Main Library

  • Main Library Atrium
  • Board Meeting Room (Mezzanine Level)
  • Business Center
  • Computing Commons
  • Donor Wall with Mime in Foyer
  • Fiction Area
  • Fireplace with Tiles by John Glick
  • Humoresque and Fountain Outside Main Entrance
  • Adult Informmation Desk
  • Youth Department Information Desk (Lower Level)
  • Main Entrance (View 1)
  • Main Entrance (View 2)
  • Mime and Donor Wall (2nd View)
  • New Books Display Shelving
  • Non-Fiction Area
  • Reference Stacks (Adult   Area)
  • SmartStart Area (Lower Level)
  • Study Tables
  • Woodland Hills Bas-Relief Behind Circulation Deski
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Humoresque Statue

The Humoresque Sculpture Fountain at Main Library Entrance.

(Humoresque was created in 1924 as a bronze water pixie by Harriet Whitney Frishmuth, who studied under Auguste Rodin (1840–1917).

Originally part of the Max Fisher estate on Grosse Ile, Humoresque was purchased by Dr. Allen Ziegler, the founder of Botsford Hospital, and donated to the City of Farmington Hills as a memorial for his son in the mid-1970s.)