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[Andrew Carnegie to Edwin H. Anderson, December 3, 1904]
[Andrew Carnegie to Edwin H. Anderson, December 3, 1904]
Title[Andrew Carnegie to Edwin H. Anderson, December 3, 1904]
SubjectCarnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919--Correspondence
Anderson, Edwin Hatfield, 1861---Correspondence
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
Library directors--Resignation--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh
Employees--Resignation--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh
Library directors--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh
Public libraries--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh
DescriptionA typescript letter from Andrew Carnegie to Edwin H. Anderson, the first library director of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, expressing his regret in Mr. Anderson's decision to give up library work and move to Missouri. Mr. Carnegie writes of his appreciation for Mr. Anderson's establishment of the ""model Library"" and conveys best wishes for Mr. Anderson and his family.
CreatorCarnegie, Andrew, 1835-1919
PublisherCarnegie Mellon University Libraries; Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, William R. Oliver Special Collections Room
Date12/3/1904
TypeLetter; Text
Formatimage/jp2; [1] p. ; 28 cm.
IdentifierBox B, Series 1, FF 16
Languageeng
RelationAndrew Carnegie Correspondence Collection
[Edwin H. Anderson to Andrew Carnegie, December 1, 1904]
RightsArchived at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh; http://www.cmu.edu/policies/documents/Copyright.html
Transcriptbox00002_fld00016_bdl0001_doc0009_01000001.txt; December 3rd, 1904 Dear Mr. Anderson, It is with deep regret I hear of your resignation. The is something wrong when a man who admittedly reaches high rank in an important profession such as that of Librarian is unable in that position to make suitable provision for his family. I do hope you will be successful in business, and, what is more important, that your health may be better and that of Mrs. Anderson, in your new home. I shall hope to hear from time to time how you are doing, and my best wishes and deep interest in your welfare will always accompany you. We are greatly indebted to you for the model Library you have established* No one can rob you of the credit of that. With best wishes for you and yours, Always your friend, Edwin H. Anderson, Esq., Carnegie Library, Pittsburg. P.S. - You may wish to keep the enclosed.
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