The Georgetown Peabody Library is an historically significant structure
the history of Georgetown, according to the Massachusetts Historical
Commission. The Romanesque building, built in 1904, requires renovation and
restoration work never performed during its history. Restoration efforts
will include repairing the slate roof, restoring the original windows,
patching plaster ceilings, restoring the roman columns, and restoring and
reconfiguring existing antique shelving.
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