The Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning in Gratz Park opened  in 1992 to promote literacy in Kentucky. Industrialist Andrew  Carnegie built the building, and several hundred more like it  around the country, as a public library. It was Lexington s main  public library from 1905 to 1989. Photo by Tom Eblen      teblen@herald-leader.com
The Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning in Gratz Park opened in 1992 to promote literacy in Kentucky. Industrialist Andrew Carnegie built the building, and several hundred more like it around the country, as a public library. It was Lexington s main public library from 1905 to 1989. Photo by Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com
The Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning in Gratz Park opened in 1992 to promote literacy in Kentucky. Industrialist Andrew Carnegie built the building, and several hundred more like it around the country, as a public library. It was Lexington s main public library from 1905 to 1989. Photo by Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com

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