The Unity College Library
The Dorothy Webb Quimby Library, built in 1976, contains three stack levels adjoining the main reading room with a cathedral ceiling an double-sided fireplace.
On site, Quimby houses a collection of more than 50,000 volumes selected to support Unity College’s unique curriculum, and subscribes to more than 400 scholarly and general-interest periodicals. It is also the town’s public library. In 1995 the building was dedicated to Dorothy Webb Quimby, the College’s original librarian.