Carnegie Library:Hunts Point Branch-Photos

877 Southern Boulevard

Bronx, New York 10459

Year built: 1928-1929

Architect(s): Carrère & Hastings, Architects

Builder(s): E.E. Paul Company

Designation: New York City Individual Landmark, designated 2009

The Hunts Point Branch of the New York Public Library is the thirty-seventh and final Carnegie branch library to be built in New York City and the ninth to be constructed in the Bronx. It has been in continuous operation as a branch library for over eighty years.

•To read more about the Hunts Point Branch click here

•To see a complete list of each Bronx Carnegie Library click here 

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