Corryville Public Library

The Corryville Public Library was established on April 2nd, 1907 as apart of the Cincinnati Public Library. A total of nine of these libraries were built in the greater Cincinnati area funded by the Andrew Carnegie Foundation. The buildings greatest feature are its two stone columns that surround the front entrance.

Originally, the library was only used in lower level while the upper level was used as a storage space. The Corryville Public Library recently went under reservations this past summer and reopened to the public in the fall.