Project Info

Job Site Woburn, MA
Electrical Contractor Wayne J. Griffin Electric, Inc.

Project Description

The Woburn Public Library, also known as the Winn Memorial Library and located in Woburn, Massachusetts, is a Romanesque Revival building designed by architect H. H. Richardson and built between 1876 and 1879. The institution was originally established in 1856 when Jonathan Bowers Winn offered his salary of $300 and was matched by the Town with an additional $300 to found Woburn’s first public library in a room within the Municipal Building.

The building was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1987 in recognition of its architectural significance.


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