A negative of the front exterior of the new Gresham Regional Library in late stages of construction. The building is a light color with blue accent at the entrance doors. Above the entrance reads 'GRESHAM REGIONAL LIBRARY.' The sidewalk leading to the entrance is unfinished; wood frames for pouring concrete are still visible. In 1987, voters passed a ballot measure that provided money to replace the historic Carnegie building that was too small to serve the growing population in the area. In 1989, land was purchased for the new site and construction began immediately.
Collections with this item
Rights & Usage
Rights undetermined (the copyright and related rights status of this work is unknown).
Add new comment