North Bend Carnegie Library

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North Bend Carnegie Library

The North Bend Carnegie Library, dedicated in 1913, is a typical example of a small town library in the early
twentieth century. Andrew Carnegie, often called the "Patron Saint" of libraries, was responsible for funding the
construction of sixty-eight Nebraska libraries and over 1,600 libraries nationwide. This library was designed by
Lincoln architect J. R. Smith, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Address: 140 East 8th

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