National Register of Historic Places in Alameda County
This Carnegie Library was one of four architecturally similar but varied branches built under a 1914 grant to the city of Oakland, in four different North and East Oakland neighborhoods, designed by Oakland architects of statewide prominence. This branch was designed by William H. Weeks and C. Christensen in the Classical Revival style.
It has served continuously as an Oakland Public Library branch from its construction to the present. Physically it is virtually unchanged both inside and out.
Carnegie Free Libraries in San Francisco
Some Other Carnegie Free Libraries in California
Alameda, Bayliss, Biggs, Colusa, Corning, Eureka, Ferndale, Gilroy, Grass Valley, Gridley, Hanford, Healdsburg, Hollister, Lincoln. Livermore, Lompoc, Nevada City, Orland, Oroville, Oxnard, Paso Robles, Patterson, Petaluma, Riverbank, Roseville, Sacramento, San Luis Obispo Santa Cruz, Sonoma, South San Francisco, St. Helena, Turlock, Willits, Willows, Woodland, Yolo, Yreka
For more information about these and other Carnegie Free Libraries, visit the website Carnegie Libraries of California.