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Taylor Memorial Library

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Taylor Memorial Library, Milford, Connecticut:

In 1894, the Taylor Memorial Library was built at 5 Broad Street in Milford. This Richardsonian Romanesque building was designed by Joseph W. Northrop. The architecture emulates but departs from H. H. Richardson’s design of the Crane Memorial Library in Quincy, Massachusetts. The building was listed on the National of Historic Places (@nationalregisternps) in 1979. The property now serves as office space for the Milford Chamber of Commerce.

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