The Pascoag Public Library is another village Neo-Colonial brick, hip-roofed box by the same Providence architects who later designed Levy's more elaborate building in Harrisville. Its recessed entrance porch is flanked by a pair of sizable windows designed to maximize light inside, as though designed for a schoolhouse in contrast to the diminutive shuttered quaintness Levy wanted for Harrisville. Here the elevation is more prosaic, but also more inventive.
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