The Jones Library Historic Structures Report, funded through the Community Preservation Act, provides a fundamental and comprehensive assessment of the library building and its history. The report also documents the extent and nature of changes that the library building has undergone since its opening in 1928, as the building has responded to evolving community needs.
The report was funded through the Community Preservation, overseen and administered by the Historical Commission, and carried out by consultants Ann Marshall, Eric Gradoia, and Carly Regalado.
Jones LIbrary historic structures report - final (19mb)
FINAL - Jones Library Historic Structures Report, January 2022 (Marshall, Gradoia, Regaldo)
Video of January 12, 2022 Presentation (Starts at 1:17:28)
Video of Jones Library HSR Presentation to Historical Commission and Jones Library Trustees
January 12, 2022 powerpoint Presentation
Jones Library HSR Presentation to Historical Commission and Library Trustees 12Jan2022