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Behind the scenes at the newly renovated Ames Public Library, a new "automated materials handling system" is connected to an outside dropbox. Library materials are scanned in as they move down the conveyor belt and are sorted into bins depending on what section they belong to. Photo by Melissa Erickson/Ames Tribune

Behind the scenes at the newly renovated Ames Public Library, a new "automated materials handling system" is connected to an outside dropbox. Library materials are scanned in as they move down the conveyor belt and are sorted into bins depending on what section they belong to. Photo by Melissa Erickson/Ames Tribune

The second floor of the newly renovated Ames Public Library features the adult services section. Photo by Melissa Erickson/Ames Tribune

The second floor of the newly renovated Ames Public Library features the adult services section. Photo by Melissa Erickson/Ames Tribune

The glazing was recently discovered during renovations of the Sheldon Munn Building at Kellogg Avenue and Main Street. Main Street Cultural District officials say the glass was designed by Frank Lloyd-Write for the American Luxfer Prism Company. Photo by Megan Wolff/Ames Tribune. http://www.amestrib.com/news/20160928/renovation-of-sheldon-munn-uncovers-exciting-find

The glazing was recently discovered during renovations of the Sheldon Munn Building at Kellogg Avenue and Main Street. Main Street Cultural District officials say the glass was designed by Frank Lloyd-Write for the American Luxfer Prism Company. Photo by Megan Wolff/Ames Tribune. http://www.amestrib.com/news/20160928/renovation-of-sheldon-munn-uncovers-exciting-find

A worker removes a pane from the Sheldon-Munn building on Wednesday morning. The panes are believed to be designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and are made by Luxfer Prism Company near the turn of the 20th century. Photo by Megan Wolff/Ames Tribune http://www.amestrib.com/news/20160928/renovation-of-sheldon-munn-uncovers-exciting-find

A worker removes a pane from the Sheldon-Munn building on Wednesday morning. The panes are believed to be designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and are made by Luxfer Prism Company near the turn of the 20th century. Photo by Megan Wolff/Ames Tribune http://www.amestrib.com/news/20160928/renovation-of-sheldon-munn-uncovers-exciting-find

The $4.5 million renovation plans for the Sheldon Munn include the massive undertaking of stabilizing the foundation, and making $1 million in facade improvements. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

The $4.5 million renovation plans for the Sheldon Munn include the massive undertaking of stabilizing the foundation, and making $1 million in facade improvements. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

Workers brave the cold as they stand in a lift while working near the roof of the Ames Public Library renovation project on Monday in downtown Ames. The library, which is located in a temporary building in Lincoln Center, is scheduled to move back into its building by early fall once the renovation project is completed. Photo by Michael Crumb/Ames Tribune

Workers brave the cold as they stand in a lift while working near the roof of the Ames Public Library renovation project on Monday in downtown Ames. The library, which is located in a temporary building in Lincoln Center, is scheduled to move back into its building by early fall once the renovation project is completed. Photo by Michael Crumb/Ames Tribune

Employees of the Ice-O Metric construction company work on the Ames Public Library renovation project on Wednesday in Ames. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

Employees of the Ice-O Metric construction company work on the Ames Public Library renovation project on Wednesday in Ames. Photo by Nirmalendu Majumdar/Ames Tribune

From left: Jon, Missy and Owen Schwebach look at books in the newly renovated Ames Public Library. The library re-opened for business on Sunday and a crowd of hundreds gathered to be the first to read and check out books in the renovated building. Photo by Julie Ferrell/Ames Tribune

From left: Jon, Missy and Owen Schwebach look at books in the newly renovated Ames Public Library. The library re-opened for business on Sunday and a crowd of hundreds gathered to be the first to read and check out books in the renovated building. Photo by Julie Ferrell/Ames Tribune

Tuesday was a chance for community members to tour the renovations made at Mitchell Elementary. Photo by Sarina Rhinehart/Ames Tribune  http://amestrib.com/news/mitchell-elementary-celebrates-completion-building-renovations

Tuesday was a chance for community members to tour the renovations made at Mitchell Elementary. Photo by Sarina Rhinehart/Ames Tribune http://amestrib.com/news/mitchell-elementary-celebrates-completion-building-renovations

The Marrs Building, located at 313 Fifth St., recently completed renovations on the building's awning to look like the original structure. Owner Craig Marrs recently won the 2014 Historic Preservation Award for his work. Photo by Julie Ferrell/Ames Tribune

The Marrs Building, located at 313 Fifth St., recently completed renovations on the building's awning to look like the original structure. Owner Craig Marrs recently won the 2014 Historic Preservation Award for his work. Photo by Julie Ferrell/Ames Tribune

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