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Anniston Avondale Ensley West End Bessemer Eufaula Gadsden Huntsville Montgomery Selma Talladega Troy Union Springs  Alabama Carnegie libraries The following list of Carnegie libraries in Alabama provides detailed information on United States Carnegie libraries in Alabama, where 14 public libraries were built from 14 grants (totaling $195,800) awarded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York from 1901 to 1916. In addition, academic libraries were built at 5 institutions (totaling $94,040). Contents 1 Key 2 Public libraries 3 Academic libraries 4 Notes 5 References Key       Building still operating as a library       Building standing, but now serving another purpose       Building no longer standing Public libraries Library City or town Image Date granted Grant amount Location Notes 1 Anniston Anniston 01916-05-15 May 15, 1916 $20,000 Wilmer Ave. & E 10th St. 33°39′25.92″N 85°49′42.27″W / 33.6572°N 85.8284083°W / 33.6572; -85.8284083 (Anniston Carnegie library) 2 Avondale Avondale 01907-12-13 December 13, 1907 $10,000 3 Bessemer Bessemer 01906-02-13 February 13, 1906 $10,000 321 18th St. N 33°24′8.22″N 86°57′16.86″W / 33.4022833°N 86.9546833°W / 33.4022833; -86.9546833 (Bessemer Carnegie library) 4 Decatur Decatur 01903-02-12 February 12, 1903 $12,000 207 Church St. NE 34°36′45.11″N 86°58′55.2″W / 34.6125306°N 86.982°W / 34.6125306; -86.982 (Decatur Carnegie library) 5 Ensley Ensley 01905-03-25 March 25, 1905 $10,000 6 Eufaula Eufaula 01903-02-02 February 2, 1903 $10,000 217 N Eufaula Ave. 31°53′48.47″N 85°8′44.35″W / 31.8967972°N 85.1456528°W / 31.8967972; -85.1456528 (Eufaula Carnegie library) 7 Gadsden Gadsden 01903-11-18 November 18, 1903 $10,000 2700 Elliott Ave. 34°1′21.17″N 86°2′43.65″W / 34.0225472°N 86.0454583°W / 34.0225472; -86.0454583 (Gadsden Carnegie library) 8 Huntsville Huntsville 01914-05-08 May 8, 1914 $12,500 9 Montgomery Montgomery 01901-02-13 February 13, 1901 $50,000 100 S Lawrence St. 32°22′36.71″N 86°18′22.44″W / 32.3768639°N 86.3062333°W / 32.3768639; -86.3062333 (Montgomery Carnegie library) 10 Selma Selma 01903-04-13 April 13, 1903 $11,800 912 Selma Avenue 32°24′29.549″N 87°1′18.552″W / 32.40820806°N 87.02182°W / 32.40820806; -87.02182 (Selma Carnegie Library) 11 Talladega Talladega 01906-02-13 February 13, 1906 $12,500 200 South St. E 33°26′1.63″N 86°5′59.4″W / 33.4337861°N 86.099833°W / 33.4337861; -86.099833 (Talladega Carnegie library) 12 Troy Troy 01908-04-06 April 6, 1908 $10,000 306 E Academy St. 31°48′35.82″N 85°58′8.8″W / 31.80995°N 85.969111°W / 31.80995; -85.969111 (Troy Carnegie library) 13 Union Springs Union Springs 01911-01-06 January 6, 1911 $7,000 103 Prarie St. N 32°8′28.54″N 85°42′57.98″W / 32.1412611°N 85.7161056°W / 32.1412611; -85.7161056 (Union Spring Carnegie library) 14 West End West End 01909-02-01 February 1, 1909 $10,000 Tuscaloosa Ave. SW & 13th St. SW 33°29′36.94″N 86°51′12.72″W / 33.4935944°N 86.8535333°W / 33.4935944; -86.8535333 (West End Carnegie library) Academic libraries Institution City or town Image Date granted[1] Grant amount[1] Location Notes 1 Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University Normal 01904-03-10 March 10, 1904 $16,540 Buchanan Way 34°47′5.07″N 86°34′9.75″W / 34.7847417°N 86.569375°W / 34.7847417; -86.569375 (Alabama A&M University Carnegie Library) 2 Alabama Polytechnic Institute Auburn 01905-03-27 March 27, 1905 $30,000 W. Thatch Avenue 32°36′13.864″N 85°29′1.1616″W / 32.60385111°N 85.483656°W / 32.60385111; -85.483656 (Mary E. Martin Hall) 3 Judson College Marion 01906-03-12 March 12, 1906 $12,500 4 Talladega College Talladega 01904-01-16 January 16, 1904 $15,000 5 Tuskegee University Tuskegee 01900-12-20 December 20, 1900 $20,000 Notes ^ a b Miller, pp. 38–40 References Map of all coordinates from Google Map of all coordinates from Bing Export all coordinates as KML Export all coordinates as GeoRSS Map of all microformatted coordinates Place data as RDF Anderson, Florence (1963). Carnegie Corporation Library Program 1911–1961. New York: Carnegie Corporation. OCLC 1282382.  Bobinski, George S. (1969). Carnegie Libraries: Their History and Impact on American Public Library Development. Chicago: American Library Association. ISBN 0838900224.  Jones, Theodore (1997). Carnegie Libraries Across America. New York: John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 0471144223.  Miller, Durand R. (1943). Carnegie Grants for Library Buildings, 1890–1917. New York: Carnegie Corporation of New York. OCLC 2603611.  Note: The above references, while all authoritative, are not entirely mutually consistent. 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