Carnegie Library: Tremont Branch-Photos

1866 Washington Avenue

Bronx, New York 10457

Year built: 1905

Architect(s): Carrère & Hastings

Builder(s): John B. Schaefer, Jr.

Designation: Not designated.

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.

•To read more about the Tremont Branch click here

•To read the full list of each Carnegie Library in the Bronx click here 

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