Harriman’s Carnegie Library

Address: 601 Walden St. Harriman, TN 37748
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Philanthropist Andrew Carnegie helped fund more than 3,500 libraries in the U.S. By the early 20th century, a Carnegie Library was often the most imposing structure in many small American communities. Built in 1909, the interior of this century-old Greek Revival building features gilt embossed columns, oak archways, decorative woodwork and a painting of Carnegie himself.

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City: Harriman, TN
Subregion: East Tennessee

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