Note: Site is being actively rebuilt in early 2021. Your patience is appreciated.

New England Carnegies

A site that honors the libraries that Andrew Carnegie helped to fund

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:

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.

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

2005 photo