Glenn County Points of Interest

Carnegie Library in Orland 1 May 2013
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Carnegie Library
333 Mill Street
Built 1920

This Classical Revival building was designed by William H. Weeks.

Library Park, a full city block between Third and Fourth streets, Yolo and Mill streets, formerly the site of the Papst Flour Mill and now surrounded by residences, provided the setting for the Orland Carnegie library. The small building is surrounded by tall trees, including Cedar of Lebanon, redwood, elm and magnolia.

In 1971 a larger library was built, immediately adjacent in Library Park. The Carnegie building now hosts City Council meetings in addition to community gatherings.

Source: Carnegie Libraries of California

Carnegie Free Libraries in San Francisco
Chinatown, Golden Gate Valley, Mission, Noe Valley, Presidio, Richmond, Sunset

Carnegie Free Libraries in Oakland
23rd Avenue, Alden, Golden Gate, Melrose

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

Some Other Carnegie Free Libraries in the West
Beaver, Utah; Coos Bay, Oregon; Medford, Oregon; Panguitch, Utah

For more information about these and other Carnegie Free Libraries, visit the website Carnegie Libraries of California.

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