The Carnegie Library which was named for its benefactor, Andrew Carnegie and was completed in 1908, opened in 1909 and destroyed in 1967 to make room for two projects: the Patterson Office Tower and the White Hall Classroom building, This print appears on page 17 in the 1925 yearbook "Kentuckian"
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