San Francisco Landmarks

San Francisco Landmark #234: Carnegie Library: Mission Branch 29 January 2012
(Click Photo to Zoom)
San Francisco Landmark #234
Carnegie Library Mission
300 Bartlett Street
Built 1916

G. Albert Lansburgh designed this Italian Renaissance building, the first of his four Carnegie commissions in San Francisco. The other three branches designed by Lansburgh are: Chinatown, Presidio and Sunset.

The Mission Branch was the second of seven Carnegie branch libraries built in San Francisco. All seven buildings still function as libraries (see map).

Some Carnegie Free Libraries in California:

The website Carnegie Libraries of California contains much information about these libraries.
Prev | Next
San Francisco County: List | Map
California: List | Map
Visit NoeHill on Facebook Visit NoeHill on Flickr Visit NoeHill on Twitter