Historically Black Colleges & Universities

Carnegie Libraries

Alabama Agricultural & Mechanical University

Location: Normal, Alabama.

Extant, with additions.

1904 grant.

Alabama A&M Carnegie Library, Normal, AL
Tuskegee Institute
Tuskegee Institute Carnegie Library (1936)

(L) By the time this Curt Teich postcard had been printed in 1936, it may have been superseded as a library.

(R) Side view of the entrance to the Carnegie building.

Location: Tuskegee, Alabama. Superseded. Extant.

Tuskegee Institute Carnegie Library
Florida A&M (F.N.I.S.)

Founded as State Normal College for Colored Students. Location: Tallahassee. 

Extant.

Contains the Southestern Regional Black Archives and Museum.

Library, F.N.I.S., Tallahassee, FL
Readings

Andrew Carnegie and Race. (2008) From Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. John M. Berry.

Libraries not funded by Andrew Carnegie

 Arkansas Agricultural, Mechanical & Normal College
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Succeeded: Branch Normal College

Succeeded by: University of Arkansas--Pine Bluff