Spokane’s Public Library’s system of branches began in 1905, when one was opened in the basement of a school on the west side of Hangman Creek. In 1912, Andrew Carnegie promised $70,000 for the construction of two permanent branches. $17,500 was allocated for the construction of the East Side Branch, designed by architect Albert Held, which served the city until 1980.
Spokane Carnegie Library East Side Branch
Spokane Carnegie Library East Side Branch is part of the following tour legs:
Idaho Line to Teanaway
Spokane Carnegie Library East Side Branch is part of the following tours:
Idaho Line to Seattle
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