Levi Heywood Memorial Library Building

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Geographical coordinates: 42.579444 -71.985833

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English Levi Heywood Memorial Library Building

The Levi Heywood Memorial Library Building is an historic library building at 28 Pearl Street in Gardner, Massachusetts. Completed in 1886, it is one of the city's most architecturally distinguished buildings, and a good example of Richardsonian Romanesque design. It was given in honor of Levi Heywood, a prominent figure in the city's economically important chair manufacturing industry. It was used as a library until 1978, and now houses a museum dedicated to the city's history. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, and included in the Gardner Uptown Historic District in 1999.

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Historic library building. It was given in honor of Levi Heywood, a prominent figure in the city's economically important chair manufacturing industry.It now houses The Gardner Museum which is dedicated to the city's history.

Address 28 Pearl Street

Nearby

West Gardner Square Historic District936 m
Mohawk Drive-In3.2 km
Fitchburg Art Museum15.0 km
Fitchburg15.0 km
Mount Watatic15.1 km
Tri-Town Drive-In17.7 km
Whalom Drive-In19.4 km
Leominster19.5 km
Whalom Park19.6 km
Pioneer Valley Drive-In23.1 km
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