Public Libraries of Alaska & Hawaii

Alaska
Anchorage

I believe this building is still in use, heavily remodeled, as the Anchorage Municipal Library. How the Library differs from the Z. J. Loussac Library, I'm uncertain.

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The photo postcard is labeled as an Alaskan Post Card, via rubber stamp. The cars seem to date it to the mid-1950s, which would be during territorial days.

Fairbanks

Photo by Cann's.

 

A reading room predated this building, the George C. Thomas :Library. As one might expect, it burned (1942).

 

Juneau
Memorial Library

T. Davis photo. 

 

I have no history on this rather more permanent-looking structure, but it appears to have been replaced by the building below.

Here, the Library has been combined with a parking garage. I have only seen the like in Madison, where the University's  Helen C. White Library also sits atop parking.

 

This postcard was produced by Mitchell Color Cards.

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Sometimes a street scene, with the Library on the left, is the best that can be done.

 

I don't think that this is the Kegoayah Kozga Library. Its website provides a thoughtful tour of the interior only. 

Hawaii
Lahaina

According to the H.S. Crockett card, this library was built in 1955.

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