Sepia Saturday - Larger Libraries
I have two library postcards in my collection. Both libraries have undergone massive expansions in the past two decades.
The Waterville Public Library was given to the town in 1905 by the Andrew Carnegie Foundation. They funded hundreds of library projects in America. It's of a very distinct Richardsonian architecture.
The current photo shows the rear of the newest addition. You can still see the spire of the original tower. Although the front facade has not changed it is no longer used as the main entrance.