Thursday, March 5, 2009

Touring the Trans Allegheny

BY Caroline Melia
PHOTOS BY Andrew Spear

The Trans Allegheny Bookstore of Parkersburg, West Virginia, is well known for its historical structure and for its wide variety of used books. The building was originally built in 1905 as the Parkersburg Carnegie Public Library with a grant from Andrew Carnegie. Customers come to the store for the historical atmosphere. The photographs featured below are a glimpse of the beauty and antiquity of the century-old halls.

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