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The Autobiographies of Louise and Andrew Carnegie

Louise Carnegie. Courtesy of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.

Harvard Square Library is pleased to present below the full text of Louise Carnegie’s autobiography and an excerpt from the autobiography of Andrew Carnegie.

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