Carnegie in SW9

30th June 2006 at 01:00
You article on public libraries (TES Teacher, June 9) did not mention Andrew Carnegie also funded the library in Herne Hill Road, Lambeth (opened 1906). This was the first public library in the world to allow the public free access to browse the stock.

Michel La Rue Children and young people's service Lambeth council, International House, Canterbury Crescent London SW9

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