Howell Carnegie Library

March 09, 2021  •  Leave a Comment

Howell Carnegie LibraryHowell Carnegie LibraryIn 1901 W.H.S. Wood, a Howell postmaster and Township Supervisor, wrote to Andrew Carnegie seeking funds to build a library. Mr. Carnegie donated $10,000 for a library building if the village or township would pledge to support and provide a suitable site. The building was designed by the Detroit architectural firm of Malcomson and Higginbotham. The opening ceremony took place on November 19, 1906.

In 1901 W.H.S. Wood, a Howell postmaster and Township Supervisor, wrote to Andrew Carnegie seeking funds to build a library. Mr. Carnegie donated $10,000 for a library building if the village or township would pledge to support and provide a suitable site. The building was designed by the Detroit architectural firm of Malcomson and Higginbotham. The opening ceremony took place on November 19, 1906.



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