The Molokai Public Library is sited on a large lawn with coconut and pine trees. The library is housed in a one-story wooden building with horizontal wood siding. The building is raised approximately two feet above grade with concrete foundations and low plants surrounding the base of the building. The Molokai Public Library, built in 1937, is significant for its history as the only public library on Molokai, as well as for its architectural significance as an outstanding public structure.
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