Norman Williams Library

The Norman Williams Public Library was completed in 1884. With its arched doorways and rusticated stone, it is built in the Romanesque style. Native materials were used in the construction of this building, including red stone from Burlington and a foundation made of granite from Barre, Vermont. The library, which was built by Dr. Edward H. Williams, was named in honor of his father, Norman Williams.

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Find the Norman Williams Library on this map of Woodstock.