With all the library hopping I’ve been doing over the years, I realized I’ve visited quite a number of Carnegie libraries in Oregon. Originally, there were thirty-two but only eleven are still being used as libraries. While others have been demolished, some have been repurposed. I like it when it becomes that town or city’s historical museum.
I decided recently it might be a fun goal to try and visit the eleven Carnegie libraries in Oregon. It’s definitely a challenge since I don’t drive and most of them are far away. Hopefully, I’ll get to them all by the end of the year.
Here are the ones I’ve visited so far.
North Portland (Portland, Multnomah County Library)
St. Johns (Portland, Multnomah County Library)
(Updated April 27, 2019)
(Updated June 6, 2019)
The rest I have yet to visit are the ones in Ashland, Enterprise, and Union.
Watch this blog to see if I end up completing this challenge!