Glenn A. Walsh
Electronic Mail: < email@example.com >
Internet Web Site: < http://www.andrewcarnegie.cc >
2003 September 9
Good morning. I am Glenn A.
Attention residents of
Hazelwood, Glenwood, Glen Hazel,
Carnegie Library has proposed to abandon the historic Hazelwood Branch Library building and move the Hazelwood Branch Library to a smaller rental unit, on the second floor of a building a few blocks away. If this would come to pass, the historic Hazelwood Branch Library building would be boarded-up and become another abandoned building in Hazelwood—and, eventually, it may be torn-down.
The historic Hazelwood Branch
Library building was one of the original library buildings built by Andrew
Carnegie. It opened on
The historic Hazelwood Branch Library building includes a beautiful stained-glass dome above the library’s original mahogany circulation desk. The historic Hazelwood Branch Library building is one of the few library buildings that has a 250-seat auditorium!
All of this would be lost if Carnegie Library is allowed to abandon the historic Hazelwood Branch Library building. This building is the jewel of Hazelwood!
This is not a done-deal. The management of Carnegie Library has scheduled a special meeting to hear from the residents of the neighborhood, regarding this issue. If you want to have your say on this important issue, it is very important that you attend this meeting!
The meeting will be held tonight, Tuesday, September 9, at at the historic Hazelwood Branch Library building,
For more information, you can send an e-mail message to me at:
< firstname.lastname@example.org >
Or, you can telephone me at 412-561-7876.
Come to this meeting and express you views on this important issue. Help ensure that Hazelwood does not lose this historic library building and gain another abandoned building in the neighborhood.
Once again, this
important meeting will be held tonight, Tuesday, September 9, at at the historic Hazelwood Branch Library building,