Free to All: Carnegie Libraries & American Culture, 1890-1920

Familiar landmarks in hundreds of American towns, Carnegie libraries today seem far from controversial. In Free to All, however, Abigail A. Van Slyck shows that the classical fa├žades and symmetrical plans of these buildings often mask a complex and contentious history.
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