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3 edition of Cornerstone laying of the first Carnegie branch of the Brooklyn public library. found in the catalog.

Cornerstone laying of the first Carnegie branch of the Brooklyn public library.

by Brooklyn Public Library. Williamsburgh Branch.

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Published in [Brooklyn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Public libraries -- New York (State)

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ733.B881 W
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[14] p.
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23386341M
    LC Control Number04022563

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Cornerstone laying of the first Carnegie branch of the Brooklyn public library by Brooklyn Public Library. Williamsburgh Branch. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Branch History Thousands of spectators were witnesses to history as the cornerstone of Williamsburgh Library, the first of 21 Brooklyn branches built with funds from philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, was laid on a cold November day in The significance of the moment was not lost on those present; enclosed in the cornerstone was a time capsule containing Brooklyn newspapers, Cornerstone laying of the first Carnegie branch Williamsburgh> of the Brooklyn public library.

By Brooklyn Public Library. Williamsburgh branch. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Libraries. The Brooklyn Public Library’s main central building was not completed until At the time of its construction, the Williamsburgh Branch was the largest of the New York City Carnegie libraries.

It is also considered the first Brooklyn Carnegie, as its cornerstone was laid in The library of the late Edith Rockefeller McCormick: first and other editions of John Ruskin, superbly bound by the Doves Bindery, first editions of Charles Lamb and books with his autograph notes, Histoire du Saint Graal,Le pastissier francois,an illuminated ms.

book of hours, other valuable items including books on art and Brooklyn Public Library - Brooklyn Collection, 10 Grand Army Plaza Brooklyn, NY, [email protected] Access. Collection is located in the Brooklyn Collection at the Central Branch at Grand Army Plaza.

The collection may only be used in the library The Tremont Branch of the New York Public Library is the second of the Carnegie branch libraries to be built in the borough of the Bronx and one of the earliest to be built in the entire city.

The library sits on a generous corner lot at the intersection of Washington Avenue and th Street in the East Tremont neighborhood of South Central :// President Warren G. Harding informed the Freeport Memorial Library Association that he could not attend the cornerstone laying ceremony.

Cornerstone was laid after a week of delay because of the rain. (Memorial Day) – building dedicated and became the first war memorial library in New York State. Scope and Contents. This collection comprises overblack and white photographs, almost entirely from the Brooklyn Daily Eagle newspaper's photo morgue, primarily 8x10 prints with some negatives and smaller and larger prints as :// Carnegie Benefactions Collection – This photographic record of the generosity and philanthropic deeds of Andrew Carnegie consists of mounted photographs.

Featured are images of club and organization resolutions, honorary degrees, medals, trowels from cornerstone laying ceremonies, ornamental caskets, and letters of gratitude that were results were found for: dat Refine by: Format.

still image?search=dat&q=items&page=2. The Official Website of Colonial Williamsburg: Explore the historical shops, homes and gardens of an early American community returned to its 18th-century The CARNEGIE Library Branch, opened inat the DeKalb Avenue corner.

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