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Ogunquit Memorial Library, Ogunquit

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Architectural Building · Hidden Gem · Library
The Ogunquit Memorial Library is the public library of Ogunquit, Maine. It is located at 166 Shore Road, in an architecturally distinguished Romanesque Revival building built in 1897 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. It was a gift to the town by Mrs. George Conarroe in honor of her husband.

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  • Romanesque and Romanesque Revival architecture aren’t very common in New England; so, when I was passing this Romanesque Revival building, I had to stop to admire it. The stone construction, gabled.....  more »
  • Built in the late 1800's, this firestone building is a stunner. Since October 1st, the OML is on winter hours and is open Thursday's and Fridays by appointment only. Lucky for me, I had a chance to....  more »
  • First I really like libraries and second I REALLY dig this little Library. It's origin story, it's unique design and it's a great for the area. Which is also very historic and like rich trunk full of stories, that I have just barely discovered. I will return many times for a full review and more story-hunting.
  • Awsome place to vist😀😁

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