San Francisco Points of Interest

Carnegie Library Golden Gate Valley
24 May 2014
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Carnegie Library Golden Gate Valley
1801 Green Street
Built 1918

Architect Ernest Coxhead designed this Classical Revival building which resembles a Roman basilica with its long narrow rectangle and curved apse visible on three sides. It is situated in a residential area in the Marina District.

This is the fourth of the seven Carnegie Branch Libraries built in San Francisco. All seven buildings continue to operate as libraries (see map).

Some Carnegie Free Libraries in California: The website Carnegie Libraries of California contains much information about these libraries.
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