Carnegie Library- East Liberty- Grand Opening

Saturday August 28th at 10:00 AM.  Grand Opening of the East Liberty Branch of the Carnegie Library Pittsburgh.   Drove by on the way home from Meet & Greet at school tonight and the movie trucks were all parked in front so couldn’t get the view they show on their website – click for more info on their hours. The setting sun made the stone glow on East Liberty Presbyterian (Architect Ralph Adams Cram designed Calvary Episcopal Church in Shadyside as well)     I love libraries. Years ago when I used to bowl with the Greenfield Lunch Ladies I met  a nice woman Doris who worked in the branch before it was closed, gutted, and rebuilt.

East Liberty Presbyterian Church's Architecture
The church towers over East Liberty and the perspective is off but the stone is alive in the setting sun.

8 thoughts on “Carnegie Library- East Liberty- Grand Opening

  1. It was wonderful growing up with the Morris Plains Library. What a place to work – you would probably know ALL the books.

  2. I love the picture with the church in the background. I love Carnegie Library, I volunteer for them and those hours make my week.

  3. I’ve never been to that particular library but our extremely old library here in Southern Indiana brings back a lot of wonderful memories. There just are not enough libraries in this world!

  4. Ruth what a great shot of the new East Liberty Carnegie Library. After seeing this I think we will go there today.

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