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    • (F.E. Alden to Andrew Carnegie, December 3, 1903)

    • Alden, Frank E.--Correspondence; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh; Alden and Harlow Architects; Public libraries--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh; Library buildings--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh; Oakland (Pittsburgh,...
    • A typescript from Frank E. Alden to Andrew Carnegie concerning the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Main Library building in Oakland a section of Pittsburgh, Pa. Alden informs Carnegie that he has a large drawing of the front of Carnegie Library,...
    • Form

    • Arts -- Periodicals ; Arts, British -- Periodicals ; English literature -- Periodicals
    • A quarterly journal containing poetry, sketches, articles of literary and critical interest combined with prints, woodcuts, lithographs, calligraphy, decorations and initials.
    • (Albert J. Barr to W.N. Frew, January 21, 1905)

    • Barr, Albert James--Correspondence; Frew, William Nimick--Correspondence; Thaw, Mary Copley--Correspondence; Newspapers--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh; Pittsburgh post (Pittsburgh, Pa. : 1887 : Daily); Libraries--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh; Carnegie...
    • A typescript copy of a letter from Albert J. Barr to William Nimick Frew concerning a letter that was written to, Albert J. Barr, editor of the Pittsburgh Post about the Carnegie Institution and Library. This letter entitled: Carnegie gift's versus...
    • Rich Hall Dormitory Room

    • Beds; Dormitories; Draperies; Interiors; Rooms and spaces; Stuffed animals (Toys); Windows;
    • Dormitory room in Rich Hall. Rich Hall was built as a women's dormitory in 1948 in response to the campus population increase following World War II. Living quarters for male students were in Old Main and Bradley Hall. Rich Hall was named in honor...
    • (James Bertram to S.H. Church, April 21, 1913)

    • Bertram, James, 1872-1934--Correspondence; Church, Samuel Harden--Correspondence; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919; Carnegie, Louise; Benefactors--United States; Founders Day (Carnegie Institute); Carnegie Institute--Anniversaries, etc.
    • A signed typescript letter from James Bertram to Samuel Church written in response to Church's April 17th letter to Andrew Carnegie. Bertram notes that Carnegie is gratified by Church's letter of thanks and regrets that he and Mrs. Carnegie will be...
    • (Andrew Carnegie to W.W. Blackburn, August 17, 1903)

    • Blackburn, William Wallace--Correspondence; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Carnegie Free Library of Duquesne (Duquesne, Pa.); Public libraries--Pennsylvania--Duquesne; Library buildings--Pennsylvania--Duquesne; Duquesne...
    • A typescript letter from Andrew Carnegie to William Wallace Blackburn, in response to Blackburn's letter of July 23, 1903, giving instructions regarding an increase in funding for the construction of a library building in Duquesne, Pennsylvania.
    • (W.W. Blackburn to  Andrew Carnegie, September 19, 1903)

    • Blackburn, William Wallace--Correspondence; Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Hunt, A. R.; Schwab, Joseph E.; Williams, H. D.; Franks, Robert. A.; Carnegie Free Library of Duquesne (Duquesne, Pa.); Public...
    • A typescript letter from William Wallace Blackburn to Andrew Carnegie in response to a letter from Mr. Carnegie, August 17, 1903, concerning the additional expenditure of $60,000.00 for the Carnegie Library at Duquesne, Pa. Carnegie approves the...
    • Rich Hall Construction

    • Building construction; Columns; Cupolas; Doors and doorways; Dormitories; Pediments; Windows
    • View of the construction of an almost-completed Rich Hall, from the back of the building looking northwest. Rich Hall was built as a women's dormitory in 1948 in response to the campus population increase following World War II. Living quarters for...
    • (Edwin H. Anderson to Andrew Carnegie, December  3, 1904)

    • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Anderson, Edwin Hatfield, 1861---Correspondence; Library benefactors--United States; Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh--Endowments; Library directors--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh; Library...
    • A typescript letter from Edwin H. Anderson to Andrew Carnegie regarding the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's Carnegie Fund for the purchase of reference books relating to the industries in the region of Pittsburgh, Pa. The letter asks for $10,000...
    • (Andrew Carnegie to Mr. Franks, August 25, 1904)

    • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Franks, Robert A.--Correspondence; Library benefactors--United States; Library buildings--Scotland--Hamilton; Library buildings--England--Sandown; Library buildings--Illinois--Wilmette; Carnegie...
    • A typescript letter presumably from Andrew Carnegie to Robert A. Franks telling him to: honor the towns of Hamilton, Scotland, Sandown, I.W., England with the sums indicated for the building of libraries, increase the over amounts previously given...
    • (Andrew Carnegie to Robert A. Franks, December 19, 1905)

    • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Franks, Robert A.--Correspondence; Library benefactors--United States; Public libraries--Missouri--Albany--Endowments; Public libraries--Nebraska--McCook--Endowments; Library buildings--Missouri--Albany;...
    • A portion of a typescript letter presumably from Andrew Carnegie to Robert A. Franks detailing sums of money to be granted to McCook, Nebraska and Albany, Missouri for the construction of library buildings and to Carnegie Museum's Department of...
    • (Andrew Carnegie to R.A. Franks, October 8, 1906)

    • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Franks, Robert A.--Correspondence; Public libraries--Endowments; Library benefactors--United States; Library schools--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh; Children's librarians; Library buildings--England--...
    • Portion of a typescript letter, with corrections in pencil, presumably from Andrew Carnegie to Robert A. Franks indicating specific sums to be donated to Dodge City, Kansas, Shipley, England, Worthing, England, and Wrexham Wales for the...
    • (Andrew Carnegie to W.N. Frew, November 17, 1906)

    • Carnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence; Frew, William Nimick--Correspondence; Franks, Robert A.--Correspondence; Library benefactors--United States; Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Board of Trustees; Carnegie Library of...
    • A typescript letter from Andrew Carnegie to William Nimick Frew, President of the Board of Trustees, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, concerning a letter he received from Mr. Frew dated November 15, 1906. He explains that Mr. Robert A. Franks will...

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