Tompkins Square Public Library

331 East 10th Street
New York

Tompkins Square Public Library

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Constructed in 1887 by Andrew Carnegie, the building was transformed into a library in 1904. Historically this public entity served a variety of ethnicities and a thriving arts community. An art gallery in basement often features shows by local artist, and remains a public fixture in the East Village today.

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