21 North Main Street
This brick 2-story hip-roof building was constructed about 1855 as an Italianate style house. The building was remodeled and donated to the Village as a community library in 1937 by Mary Emily Wiltsie Field. Mrs. Field gave the building as a memorial to her father who had grown up in the house. An outstanding example of the Colonial Revial style, the interior of the building is distinguished by cherry woodwork and opalescent glass windows. The library remained at this site until 1974 when the Town relocated it's current site on State Street. At the same time village offices were moved from the Town Hall to occupy this building. The 2001 refurbishment of the building's interior included historically appropriate lighting and colors and restoration of original finishes.
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