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Located in McLeansboro, IL the McCoy Memorial Library was built in 1884. The building was originally constructed as a private dwelling and was later willed to the city to be used as a public library. The house combines elements of Italianate, Second Empire, Queen Anne and Eastlake. It is far from stylistically pure but instead is significant for its provincial eclecticism. The structure was included into the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

McCoy Library

Round Table Design’s first project with the City of McLeansboro involving this building was in 1998; continually working with them to the present day.

We have helped the City with securing Grants to replace the old boiler, replace the roof, tuck-pointing, painting, and window replacement.

2002 – Window Replacement  $38,300.00

2009 – Replace Mansard Roof    99,400.00

2012 – Painting Decorative Metal/Wood    30,200.00