Since 1873, The Indianapolis Public Library has served the people of the city, both growing and changing to fit their needs, serving the vision of librarian Eliza Browning's vision to make it "a live thing in the whole town." Available for transcription are letters from librarians and other figures who shaped the history of IndyPL.
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Title: Letter from Eliza G. Browning to Andrew Carnegie
Description: Letter asking for Carnegie funding for a library building, and for an interview with Andrew Carnegie.
Correspondent: Browning, Eliza G. (Eliza Gordon);
Date: 1907-11-18; 1907
Time period: 1900s (1900-1909)
5 pages: 20% indexed, 80% transcribed, 20% needs review