William Fogg Public Library
Fogg Collection

The Fogg antiquarian book collection is comprised of the libraries of both John and William Fogg. Both men were avid readers and book collectors. Together they were able to build a fine library of American regional history, which includes state histories, westward expansion, Revolutionary, Civil War, and Indian War materials. Materials date from the early 18th through late 19th centuries.

Now housed in the new wing of the Fogg Homestead, the library will eventually be open to the public for research. We anticipate that this will occur in the Fall of this year on a limited basis.

For more information, please contact the adult services librarian.