A piece of Watertown history has found a home in a very appropriate place: the Local History Room of the Watertown Free Public Library.
While the former East Branch Library has been sold to St. James Armenian Church, and will be torn down, the clock has been saved, noted District A Town Councilor Angeline Kounelis, who represents the East End.
“Do you remember the “clock” that for decades hung at the East Branch Library? Well, thanks to the efforts of the WFPL Director, Leone Cole, Library Trustees, and the entire Team, the “clock” has a new permanent home … Kudos to all for preserving a little bit of Watertown history,” Kounelis wrote in an email.
Photos of the clock can be seen in the post from the Watertown Library’s Facebook page.