San Francisco Landmarks
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
Oakland - 23rd Avenue Branch
Oakland - Alden Branch
Oakland - Golden Gate Branch
Oakland - Melrose Branch
San Francisco Chinatown Branch
San Francisco Golden Gate Valley Branch
San Francisco Mission Branch
San Francisco Noe Valley Branch
San Francisco Presidio Branch
San Francisco Richmond Branch
San Francisco Sunset Branch
San Luis Obispo
Santa Cruz (Garfield Park Branch)
South San Francisco
Some Other Carnegie Free Libraries in the West
The website Carnegie Libraries of California contains much information about these libraries.