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The Thomas Crane Library is an impressive historic landmark in the downtown area of Quincy. The large building was designed and built in 1881 by Henry Hobson Richardson, the renowned architect who also designed Boston's famous Trinity Church. The library had been renovated several months...More
The library is a beautiful building keeping the gorgeous architectual design of the original section, with the modern addition. They have a bright and welcoming Childrens' section. The people who work there are helpful and knowledgeable.
It’s a huge public library in the heart of Quincy city. very rich collection of huge books & references.They have their own parking for the peace of mind of library visitors.They are open 7 days a week in different times.
I have been there 4 times this year. It is a great place to bring your used books It gives you more room in your bookcase plus you can take a tax deduction. They have video tapes you can borrow plus a snack bar you...More
This is a beautiful old building and you can almost feel the history. The library by itself is good with a great selection and helpful staff & they host a lot of musical performances. I personally love the architecture in the Richardson Reading Room w/the...More