Plaque

Carnegie - Hammersmith

Hammersmith Library
Carnegie - Hammersmith

Erection date: 1905

Inscription

This building was the gift of Andrew Carnegie, AD 1905.

Site: Hammersmith Library (3 memorials)

W6, Shepherds Bush Road, Hammersmith Carnegie Library

Milton sitting on the left; Shakespeare on the right; Carnegie's cartouche is inside the porch, above the door.

Erected in 1905, Carnegie Legacy confirms that, as for the Islington Library, the architect was Henry Hare and the sculptor was Schenck.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Carnegie - Hammersmith

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Andrew Carnegie

Industrialist, business magnate, and philanthropist. Born Dunfermline, Scotla...

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