| less than one acre|
Thomas Henry Morgan
30 May 1975
| Jct. of Bellevue, Academy, and Jackson Sts., Dublin, Georgia|
Dublin Commercial Historic District (#02000540)
Taylor County Courthouse, Whitley County Courthouse, Taft Building, Holly Theatre, Ponce de Leon Hotel
Carnegie Library (Dublin, Georgia) Wikipedia
The Carnegie Library in Dublin, Georgia is a building built in 1904. The funding for the building was provided largely by the philanthropist Andrew Carnegie who offered $10,000 as part of his educational program. The architectural company of Bruce, Morgan, and Dillon designed the building, and John A. Kelley was contacted for the construction.
The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. It is currently used as the Laurens County Historical Society and Museum.