Weaver Library Accepted, 1960

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Title

Weaver Library Accepted, 1960

Subject

Tuscaloosa Public Library, Weaver Branch
Public libraries

Description

The new branch of the library built on 18th Street between 29th and 30th avenues was inspected and accepted by the City of Tuscaloosa. The commissioners also okayed $5641.67 for furnishings which would be purchased from four local firms, at prices fixed by competitive offers.

Creator

Tuscaloosa News

Source

Tuscaloosa Public Library

Publisher

Tuscaloosa News

Date

November 20, 1960

Contributor

Elizabeth Bradt (Description)

Type

Newspaper

Identifier

2534

Coverage

Tuscaloosa (AL)

Text

Weaver Library Accepted

City officials have inspected and accepted from the contractor this modern $29,446 building on 18th Street between 29th and 30th Aves. to be used as the Weaver Branch of the Friedman Library. The facility for Negroes will be opened soon as shelving and furnishings are installed and books placed on shelves. The building was inspected by Mayor George Van Tassel and Bob Hawkins, city engineer, and accepted from Lloyd Wood, contractor.

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