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1952

     The town of Greene was left money to erect and maintain a public library underterms of the will of Frank
Adams Morse of that community filed at Androscoggin Registry of Probate yesterday.  The document earmarks
$30,000 of a bequest to build and furnish a building and the rest to go to a fund to maintain it.  He also left
$500.00 to purchase books.  No estimate was made of the estate, but specific bequests amounted to $31,000.

     Mr. Morse stated the library shall be named the Julia Adams Morse Memorial Library in honor of his mother. 
The will specified the $30,000. be divided into two portions, one to be used for the building, the other
for necessary furniture and furnishings.

     Except for the $500. which shall go to purchase books, the rest of the bequest shall be invested and
the interest used for the maintenance, the will stated.



TRUSTEES

Marnie Gardner
2017

Debra Beam 
2018

Evelyn Hodgdon 
2019

Christine Gianopulos
2020

Nancy Hinds 
2021