Williams Library Woodstock, VT

Public Library – Woodstock VT

A gift of Dr. Edward H. Williams, the library was constructed on the site of the home of his parents, Norman and Mary Williams at the cost of $30,000. The new library was an immediate and somewhat overwhelming success, and Dr. Williams soon (1901) gave $20,000 for a double-wing transept addition. In the 1980’s over $150,000 was raised and spent on a new roof and other important building repairs. The library became incorporated, and to this day is still a non-profit corporation relying on the generosity of people like Dr. Williams.

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