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Carnegie Library East

(SR & NR) 25 S. Altamont Street

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Three Carnegie Libraries opened in Spokane in 1914. Together with the Main Branch, built in 1904, they have been included on the National Register of Historic Places as part of a nomination encompassing Carnegie Libraries in the State of Washington. The East Side Branch was designed by prominent Spokane architect Albert Held.