NRHP: Ashland Carnegie Library

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Ashland Carnegie Library

Ashland Carnegie Library

NRHP Reference #: 83001102

NRHP Listing Date: 19830127


207 N 15th, Ashland, Saunders County, Nebraska

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Constructed in 1911, the library is a good example of the Jacobethan Revival style. It was designed by the architectural firm of Fisher and Lawrie of Omaha. Funding to build the library was provided by Andrew Carnegie, often called the "Patron Saint" of libraries.

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