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Sedalia Public Library

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Sedalia Public Library is a historic Carnegie library building located at Sedalia, Pettis County, Missouri. It was designed by the architecture firm Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge and built in 1900. It is a two-story, cruciform plan, Greek Revival style wood and steel frame building with brick walls and limestone and terra cotta facing. It is seven bays wide with an open tetrastyle Ionic order portico on the front facade. It was the first public library in the state of Missouri to receive a Carnegie grant for construction of a library building. The grant was $50,000.
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