New England Carnegies

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        Public libraries:  Bridgeport East, Bridgeport North, Derby Neck, Enfield, New Haven Fair Haven, New Haven Davenport, New Haven Dixwell, Norwalk, South Norwalk, Unionville, West Haven.


        Public libraries:  Auburn, Caribou, Fort Fairfield, Freeport, Gardiner, Guilford, Houlton, Lewiston, Madison, Milo, Oakland, Old Town, Pittsfield, Presque Isle, Rockland, Rumford, Vinalhaven, Waterville.

        Academic libraries:  Good Will-Hinckley, University of Maine.


        Public libraries:  Ashland, Athol, Berkley, Brockton, Chelsea, Clinton, Dighton, Edgartown, Granby, Holliston, Hudson, Lakeville, Lee, Leominster, Lynn Haywood, Lynn Houghton, Marlborough, Melrose, Millbury, Needham, New Marlborough, Reading, Revere, Rockland, Rockport, Saugus, Sharon, Somerville Central, Somerville East, Somerville West, South Hadley, Springfield Central, Springfield Forest Park, Springfield Indian Orchard, Springfield Memorial Square, Stoneham, Taunton, Turners Falls, Walpole, West Springfield, Worcester Francis Perkins, Worcester Quinsigamond, Worcester South Worcester.

     Academic libraries:  Mount Holyoke College, Radcliffe College, Smith College, Tufts University, Wellesley College.

New Hampshire:

        Public libraries:  Berlin, Claremont, Dover, Franklin, Lebanon, Littleton, Raymond, Rochester, Whitefield.

        Academic library:  University of New Hampshire.

Rhode Island:

        Academic library:  Brown University.


        Public libraries:  Burlington, Fair Haven, Morrisville, Rockingham.

        Academic library:  Norwich University.

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This information has been compiled and posted by Corinne H. Smith.
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