Mishawaka Public Library

The 3,500 square foot Carnegie Library in Mishawaka was built in 1916 with a $30,000 donation from Andrew Carnegie. It has a heavy, carved oak door, leaded glass windows, a slate roof and a fire place. The rectangular structure on the east side was added in 1937-1938, as part of a Works Projects Administration Project. The library was closed in 1969 and was designated as a Local Historic District structure on March 16, 1999.





 Photographs courtesy of Vikkie Verteramo 2003

 More information on the libraray can be found on the City of Mishawaka or at the website of the current Mishawaka Public Library

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