St. Louis, Missouri, St. Louis Public Library, c1910

Thanks to a generous donation from philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, the St. Louis Central Library was constructed in the early 1900s, along with six neighborhood branches. They were built to expand Carnegie�s vision of providing universal learning resources to facilitate individual, family, and community growth. The city held a design competition for the main building and Cass Gilbert, among the esteemed architects of his generation, penned the winning design.

St. Louis

St. Louis, Missouri, St. Louis Public Library, c1910

Historic Pictoric | Item# 101812__HPSTL

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