Huntington Beach Then & Now: The Carnegie Library, Built In 1913

Huntington Beach Then & Now: The Carnegie Library, Built In 1913

Then // The Carnegie Library was built in 1913 at the intersection of Walnut Avenue and 8th Street. In March 1933, it suffered considerable damage in the great earthquake that struck the area. On Friday, July 13, 1951, the Carnegie Library closed its doors after almost 40 years of service. Soon after a new library building at 525 Main Street was dedicated by Mayor Vernon Langenbeck.

Now // Today, no plaque or marker. Just apartments.

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