| Less than one acre|
| 1910 (1910)|
Edwardian, Beaux Arts
24 April 1973
| 118 5th Avenue N., Edmonds, Washington|
Carnegie Libraries of Washington TR (AD)
Andrew Carnegie Library (Edmonds, Washington) Wikipedia
Andrew Carnegie Library is a library building located in Edmonds, Washington listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The building was constructed in 1910 after the city received a $5,000 grant from philanthropist Andrew Carnegie for the construction of a public library. The building numbers among its Beaux-Arts architectural features the Tiffany glass fan light over the main entrance and its terra cotta window and door surrounds and exterior corners. The building originally had a library on the upper floor, while Edmonds City Hall occupied the bottom floor. It subsequently served as the headquarters of the city's parks and recreation department. The building became the Edmonds Historical Museum in 1973.