# Sedalia mo
Sedalia Public Library: Missouri's first Carnegie-funded library was built in 1900
The Sedalia Public Library was the first public library in Missouri that received a $50,000 Carnegie grant to be used toward the construction of its building. In 1980, this library building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This library that's over a century old is still operating.
Historic Hotel Bothwell built in 1927 is still active in Sedalia, Missouri
Hotel Bothwell is an old hotel located at 103 East Fourth Street in Sedalia, Missouri (Pettis County). This historic hotel was built in 1927. The architect was a Chicago firm, H.L. Stevens & Company, and the architectural style is Classical Revival. The hotel was built with reinforced concrete and made of tan brick and stone trim. On September 8, 1989, this hotel was listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It's also located in the Sedalia Commercial Historic District.
The historic 'Harris House' in Sedalia, Missouri is picture-perfect for being over 100 years old
The Harris House in Sedalia, Missouri.Photo by25or6to4, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons. The historic Harris House is located on West Sixth Street in Pettis County in Sedalia, Missouri. It was constructed in 1895.