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Lincoln Carnegie Library

Built in 1914, The Lincoln Carnegie Library is one of 59 libraries built in Kansas by philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. Today, it is just one of 25 still in use for that purpose. The beautiful post rock limestone building was expanded in 2008-09, with a modern elevator, reading room, Kansas/Lincoln County room, and meeting room.

New historical preservation is about to begin in 2021 with a Historic Preservation grant to update windows.

Address: 203 S. Third St, Lincoln, KS 67455 
Listed in the Register of Historic Kansas Places: 06-25-1987
Architecture Classification: Eclectic Neo-Classical

See the nomination for this historic limestone building, and others in Lincoln County on the Kansas State Historical Society website.

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