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Image of Carnegie Library -

Carnegie Library -

Carnegie Library Delaware, Ohio The Carnegie library building in Delaware, Ohio. It was one of over 2,500 libraries funded by Andrew Carnegie throughout the world. According to the book Carnegie Libraries of Ohio by Mary Ellen Armentrout, in 1902 Andrew Carnegie responded to a letter from Delaware resident T.C. Jones by pledging $20,000 for a library. The library, to be located at 101 N. Sandusky St. , was designed by Columbus architect John M. Marriott. It was built in 1906 next to the Delaware County Courthouse. The cost was $21,500 – Carnegie covered the unanticipated expenses. One of the building’s most interesting features was a central rotunda with a stained glass dome. The circul

Image of County Jail, Courthouse, and Carnegie Library -

County Jail, Courthouse, and Carnegie Library -

Postcard showing (from left to right) County Jail, Delaware County Courthouse, the soldiers and sailors monument, and the Carnegie Library. Postcard is postmarked 4-27-1908

Image of Delaware Carnegie Library and surrounding buildings -

Delaware Carnegie Library and surrounding buildings -

Delaware Carnegie Library, plus surrounding buildings The Carnegie library building in Delaware, Ohio. It was one of over 2,500 libraries funded by Andrew Carnegie throughout the world. According to the book Carnegie Libraries of Ohio by Mary Ellen Armentrout, in 1902 Andrew Carnegie responded to a letter from Delaware resident T.C. Jones by pledging $20,000 for a library. The library, to be located at 101 N. Sandusky St. , was designed by Columbus architect John M. Marriott. It was built in 1906 next to the Delaware County Courthouse. The cost was $21,500 – Carnegie covered the unanticipated expenses. One of the buildings most interesting features was a central rotunda with a stained gla

Image of Delaware Carnegie Library in 1937                                                                                                                                                                     - 1937

Delaware Carnegie Library in 1937 - 1937

Delaware Carnegie Library, 1937 The Carnegie library building in Delaware, Ohio. It was one of over 2,500 libraries funded by Andrew Carnegie throughout the world. According to the book Carnegie Libraries of Ohio by Mary Ellen Armentrout, in 1902 Andrew Carnegie responded to a letter from Delaware resident T.C. Jones by pledging $20,000 for a library. The library, to be located at 101 N. Sandusky St. , was designed by Columbus architect John M. Marriott. It was built in 1906 next to the Delaware County Courthouse. The cost was $21,500 – Carnegie covered the unanticipated expenses. One of the building’s most interesting features was a central rotunda with a stained glass dome. The circul

Image of Delaware Carnegie Library interior - Delaware -

Delaware Carnegie Library interior - Delaware -

Delaware Carnegie Library Interior The Carnegie library building in Delaware, Ohio. It was one of over 2,500 libraries funded by Andrew Carnegie throughout the world. According to the book Carnegie Libraries of Ohio by Mary Ellen Armentrout, in 1902 Andrew Carnegie responded to a letter from Delaware resident T.C. Jones by pledging $20,000 for a library. The library, to be located at 101 N. Sandusky St. , was designed by Columbus architect John M. Marriott. It was built in 1906 next to the Delaware County Courthouse. The cost was $21,500 – Carnegie covered the unanticipated expenses. One of the building’s most interesting features was a central rotunda with a stained glass dome. The cir

Image of Delaware Carnegie Library Reading Room - Delaware -

Delaware Carnegie Library Reading Room - Delaware -

Delaware Carnegie Library Reading Room The Carnegie library building in Delaware, Ohio. It was one of over 2,500 libraries funded by Andrew Carnegie throughout the world. According to the book Carnegie Libraries of Ohio by Mary Ellen Armentrout, in 1902 Andrew Carnegie responded to a letter from Delaware resident T.C. Jones by pledging $20,000 for a library. The library, to be located at 101 N. Sandusky St. , was designed by Columbus architect John M. Marriott. It was built in 1906 next to the Delaware County Courthouse. The cost was $21,500 – Carnegie covered the unanticipated expenses. One of the building’s most interesting features was a central rotunda with a stained glass dome. The

Image of Welcome to Delaware, Ohio - 1970

Welcome to Delaware, Ohio - 1970

Delaware culture and photo of children around a table in the old Delaware (Carnegie) Public Library for "Welcome to Delaware, Ohio."