Bozeman Carnegie Library (NRIS 79001402)
35 N. Bozeman Ave.,
MT. County/parish: Gallatin.
1 contributing building.
Added to the National Register of Historic Places
February 02, 1979.
- Bozeman Carnegie Library
- The Bozeman Carnegie Library in Bozeman, Montana was built in 1903–1904 with funding from Andrew Carnegie. City librarian Bell Chrisman led the effort to convince the city to seek Carnegie funds. It is one of 17 libraries in Montana and 1,679 in the United States funded by Carnegie. It was built on a Greek Cross plan in Classical Revival style, with Roman Doric columns supporting a triangular pediment at its entrance. The library was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on February 2, 1979. Today, the building houses the law offices of Cok Kinzler, PLLP. (read more...)