Lending a hand

The Carnegie Library opened in 1916 at West Third Street and South Cheyenne Avenue. The building included an auditorium, an art gallery and a museum for Native American artifacts. Before it was razed in 1970, the Tulsa Tribune referred to it as “the ugly old lady.”

It was razed in 1970 and — like many early downtown structures — the building Carnegie financed is today the site of a parking lot.

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