Andrew Carnegie: A Tribute
Andrew Carnegie and His Philanthropies
Documents Regarding Andrew Carnegie
from the Pennsylvania Department, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
Excerpt from "The Gospel of Wealth" by Andrew Carnegie
Ramblings about Andrew Carnegie (and a few diversions)
Mark Twain Speaks on Andrew Carnegie
History of Astronomer and Optician John A.
(Friend of Andrew Carnegie)
The Carnegie Formula and Early Carnegie Libraries
Grants, Presented by Andrew
in the Nineteenth Century
Early Children's Services at Carnegie Libraries
Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Andrew Carnegie Free Library, Carnegie, Pennsylvania(May 1, 1901)
Braddock Carnegie Library, Braddock, Pennsylvania(March 30, 1889)
Carnegie Free Library of Allegheny, Pennsylvania(February 20, 1890)
Free Library of Duquesne, Pennsylvania(1904-1968)
(original Carnegie Library building razed in June of 1968)
Carnegie Free Library of McKeesport, Pennsylvania(July 15, 1902)
Carnegie Free Library of Swissvale, Pennsylvania(February 4, 1918)
Carnegie Library of Homestead, Munhall, Pennsylvania(November 5, 1898)
Oakmont Carnegie Library, Oakmont, Pennsylvania(1901)
Public Library, Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania(September 11, 1899)
Opened September 11, 1899 as The Carnegie Free Library of Wilkinsburg,
a branch of the Braddock Carnegie Library.
Main Library in Schenley Park, Oakland(November 5, 1895)
Allegheny Regional Branch(February 20, 1890)
Lawrenceville Branch(May 10, 1898)
West End Branch(January 31, 1899)
Branch[formerly Wylie Avenue Branch](June 1, 1899)
(not presently housed in original Carnegie Library building)
Hazelwood Branch(August 15, 1900)
Mount Washington Branch(May 31, 1900)
East Liberty Branch(1905)
(original Carnegie Library building razed)
South Side Branch(1909)
Other Libraries, Originated with a Grant from Andrew Carnegie --
Carnegie Libraries in the State of California
Carnegie Libraries in the State of Ohio
the Fort Worth Public Library, Fort Worth, Texas(1901)
Carnegie Institute/Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh -
Carnegie Museum of Natural History:
Centennial of the Discovery of the first major dinosaur skeleton: Diplodocus Carnegii("Dippy")
Carnegie Museum of Art
Carnegie Science Center
Andy Warhol Museum
Original Science Center Building:
The Buhl Planetarium and Institute of Popular Science
History of Carnegie-Mellon
University(CMU): November 15, 1900 -
CMU Capsule History: "Yesterday and Today"
Carnegie Corporation of New York
Carnegie Hall in New York City
Other "Carnegie" organizations
Amateur Astronomers' Association of Pittsburgh***11-inch Brashear Refractor Telescope
Andrew Carnegie and Carnegie Libraries Photo Album
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