Not Afraid to Go: Acton’s Part in the Birth and Preservation of Our Nation


The Acton Memorial Library

In 1890, Willam Allan Wilde offered his native town of Acton a Library to be a memorial to the Acton men who had fought to preserve the Union. This section includes:
  • Portrait of William Allan Wilde
  • Two photos of interior of the Library in 1890
  • Program of Library dedication 1890
  • Letter from Wilde to Selectmen offering to build Library
  • Bookplate from 1890


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