Francis Keally c. 1924
The first library building, constructed in 1872 at Centre Park
Brooklyn Public Library
Detroit Public Library depicted on a postcard
Main entrance of the Italian Renaissance-style building
Detroit Public Library, Cass Avenue entrance
Detail of the Mosaic above the Cass Avenue entrance
Pewabic fireplace in the HYPE Teen Center
HYPE Teen Center
Children's Library
Burton Historical Collection
Skillman Branch, opened in 1932 on the site of the Centre Park Branch
Skillman Branch seen from the aptly named Library Street
Skillman Branch reopened in 2006 after renovations

His son, Cass Gilbert, Jr. was a partner with Francis Keally in the design of the library's additional wings added in 1963.

- Detroit Public Library

additions to the Detroit Public Library, Detroit, Michigan, with Cass Gilbert Jr., completed 1963

- Francis Keally

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