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Friendship Free Library

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Built  1912
NRHP Reference #  08000769
Area  3,642 m²
Added to NRHP  15 August 2008
Architect  Dockstader, Otis
Opened  1912
Phone  +1 585-973-7724
Friendship Free Library
Location  40 W. Main St., Friendship, New York
Architectural style  Classical Revival, Arts and Crafts
Address  40 W Main St, Friendship, NY 14739, USA
Hours  Closed today FridayClosedSaturday10AM–1PMSundayClosedMondayClosedTuesday12:30–7PMWednesday9AM–8PMThursday12:30–7PM
Similar  Belmont Free Library, Cuba Library, Bolivar Free Library, Belfast Public Library, Portville Free Library

Friendship Free Library, also known as Pitt Memorial Library, is a historic library building located at Friendship in Allegany County, New York. Constructed of yellow brick in 1912, the building is composed of a five- by two bay, one story main block, with a large four by four bay block to the rear. The building features Arts and Crafts style decorative elements. The entrance is sheltered by a monumental gabled portico supported by four Corinthian columns.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.

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