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Lincoln Heights Branch Library, 1916
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Los Angeles Public Library Institutional Photo Collection
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Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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Early view shows the interior of the Northeast Branch of the Los Angeles Public Library (now known as the Lincoln Heights Branch). Located at 2530 Workman St., the Renaissance style library was built with a $35,000 grant from Andrew Carnegie and designed by Hibbard & Cody. Photo dated: March 24, 1916.
1 photograph :b&w
Photographic prints
Los Angeles Public Library Institutional Collection
LAPL_IPC_b056_f6; C-5(230)
Los Angeles Public Library.--Lincoln Heights Branch
Branch libraries--California--Lincoln Heights (Los Angeles)
Carnegie libraries--California--Los Angeles
Renaissance revival (Architecture)--California--Lincoln Heights (Los Angeles)
Lincoln Heights (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Hibbard & Cody

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