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November’s photo featured the Historical Carnegie Library in Guth- rie, Okla., a 110-year-old building that cost $35,000 to build. The His- toric Carnegie Library has been pre- served as a part of the Guthrie Muse- um Complex. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971, many important events surround- ing Oklahoma’s move from territory to statehood took place on the front steps of this building. Complete with a 50-foot-tall dome and many of the original furnishings, it has been com- pletely preserved. The Historic Carn- egie Library can be viewed along with the Oklahoma Territorial Museum from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Tuesday – Sat- urday.


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