Unionville Museum
(former West End Library)
Unionville, Connecticut

Designed by Edward L. Tilton

Italian Renaissance Revival Style

15 School Street, Unionville CT  06085

Library web site:  http://www.unionvillemuseum.org

A Brief History of the Building

1914:  Andrew Carnegie gave $8,500 to the town to build the library.

1917: The building was completed.

1930s:  Plans were drawn up for an addition to the building, but they were never implemented.

1960s:  Library services moved out of the building.

1984:  The Unionville Museum opened.

This building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2000.

  2005 photo

 

 

    Information was supplied by the Cliff Alderman, Unionville Museum Treasurer..

  

 

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