Architectural drawing, Lewiston Public Library, 1901
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A drawing of the front elevation of the Lewiston Public Library, which was designed by Coombs and Gibbs, had granite from North Jay and Norridgewock, a Greek-inspired vestibule, and fine oak woodwork. The entrance was on Park Street. Lewiston received $60,000 from the Carnegie Corp. of New York for construction of the library.