Manhattan Carnegie Libraries

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•  67th Street BranchPictures of the 67th Street Branch 

• 96th Street BranchPictures of the 96th Street Branch 

• 115TH Street Branch Pictures of the 115th Street Branch 

• 125th Street BranchPictures of the 125th Street Branch 

• Aguilar BranchPictures of the Aguilar Branch 

• Chatham SquarePictures of the Chatham Square Branch 

• Columbus BranchPictures of Columbus Branch 

• Epiphany BranchPictures the Epiphany Branch

• Fort Washington BranchPictures of the Fort Washington Branch 

•  Hamilton Grange BranchPictures of the Hamilton Grange Branch 

• Harlem Branch Pictures of the Harlem Branch 

• Hudson Park BranchPictures of the Hudson Branch  

• Muhlenberg BranchPictures of the Muhlenberg Branch

• West 135th Street Branch/ Schomburg Collection for Research in Black CulturePictures of the W. 135th Branch/ Schomburg

• Seward Park BranchPictures of the Seward Park Branch 

• St. Agnes BranchPictures of the St. Agnes Branch

• Tompkins Square BranchPictures of the Tompkins Square Park 

• Washington Heights BranchPictures of the Washington Heights Branch

• Webster BranchPictures of the Webster Branch 

• Yorkville BranchPictures of the Yorkville Branch

 

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Campaign to Preserve the Carnegie Libraries-

Starting in 2009, HDC initiated a survey to document the existing Carnegie Libraries throughout New York City. We visited each branch, taking new detailed exterior and interior photographs, documenting existing and historic conditions and researching the rich history of each location. Now we need to raise $15,000 to complete this project and launch it into the public realm. Funding will be used to hire an architectural historian to conduct research necessary to complete the thematic National Register of Historic Places nomination for the Carnegie Libraries and finish photo documentation.

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