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Attica's Carnegie Library (23.2005.1)
Attica
Fountain County, Indiana

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A historical marker for Attica's Carnegie Librarywas dedicated on September 25, 2005.

A historical marker for Attica's Carnegie Library was dedicated on September 25, 2005.

Side 1 of the marker.

Side 1 of the marker.

Side 2 of the marker.

Side 2 of the marker.

Attica's Carnegie Library is located at 305 South Perry Street in Attica.

Attica's Carnegie Library is located at 305 South Perry Street in Attica.

The building now serves as the Attica Public Library.

The building now serves as the Attica Public Library.

One of the two tall crane fountains that adorn the front lawn of the library.

One of the two tall crane fountains that adorn the front lawn of the library.

Bagpiper Chad Hughes performed a musicaltribute to Andrew Carnegie, a native Scotsman.

Bagpiper Chad Hughes performed a musical tribute to Andrew Carnegie, a native Scotsman.

Prisicilla Davis, applicant and librarian at Attica Public Library.

Prisicilla Davis, marker applicant and librarian at Attica Public Library.

From left to right: Chad Hughes, bagpiper; Lela Bauerband, Historic Landmarks of Fountain County; Norma Fink, Attica Public Library; Robert Shepherd, Attica Community Foundation, and Stephen Berrey, Indiana Historical Bureau.

From left to right: Chad Hughes, bagpiper; Lela Bauerband, Historic Landmarks of Fountain County; Norma Fink, Attica Public Library; Robert Shepherd, Attica Community Foundation, and Stephen Berrey, Indiana Historical Bureau.

Members of the Student Council serves as greeters and ushers for the ceremony.

Members of the Student Council served as greeters and ushers for the ceremony.

Temples of Knowledge by Alan McPherson describes all of Indiana's Carnegie Libraries