National Register of Historic Places in Beaver County
Twenty-three Carnegie libraries were built in Utah during the first two decades of the 20th century. Thirteen maintain their original integrity.
All of Utah's Carnegie libraries are brick, one and one half stories in height with a raised basement. Eight of extant Carnegie Libraries in Utah reflect Classical Revival influences, the most popular architectural style for public buildings in the first two decades of the 20th century.
Classical Revival libraries in Utah have symmetrical façades with a central pavilion or portico and are divided into distinct bays by pilasters topped with capitals. The Panguitch, Beaver, and Salt Lake City libraries have round arch windows, more reminiscent of Renaissance Revival buildings than strictly Classical Revival buildings.
Adapted from the NRHP Nomination: Utah Carnegie Library Thematic Resource.
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.