Today I stopped at the Charlotte White Mottet Library, one of the 10 libraries that make up the Tacoma Public Library System. The library was built in 1930, a gift to the city from Mr. Mottet, a local businessman. The architect for the building was Silas E. Nelsen, who also designed the McCormick Branch Library, the Everell S. Collins Memorial Library at the University of Puget Sound, the Tacoma Mausoleum, the Johnson Candy Co. Building and the Tacoma City Light Administration Building.
Tuesday & Wednesday 12 – 8
Thursday – Saturday 10 – 6
3523 East G Street Tacoma, WA 98404 (253) 591-5666
For more information on this property, including some older photos, go to http://search.tacomapubliclibrary.org/buildings/bldg1up.asp?n=15057
Note that Mottet Branch is one of the libraries that could potentially be eliminated depending on the budget option recommended by the library trustees.