Miss Hunt, librarian-uncredited.

112:      At the library in the Peyton County Town Hall, miss Hunt gets a 
Scene 5.  book and goes over to Kim.  She tries to get Kim to talk.  
          Allison says that Kim doesn't like to talk.  Norman comes in the 
          library and talks with Allison.  Miss Hunt comes back over and 
          speaks to Norman.  She asks if he is looking for Rita.  He 
          doesn't answer but goes over and joins Allison and Kim.  Norman 
          tells Allison that he is leaving Peyton Place for good.  He 
          starts to leave and Allison runs to join him.  Miss Hunt goes 
          over to Kim.  Allison asks Norman where he is going.  He says 
          that he is going to Canada to do logging.  Allison tells Norman 
          that he is selfish.  Kim runs off.  The librarian warns 
          Allison.  Allison and Norman run after her, but she is no 
          where to be seen. 

230:      In the library, Chris counts his paces to the stacks and asks, 
Scene 7.  "Am I standing in the ladies room?"  Allison asks Miss Hunt, 
          the librarian, to look for some law books.  Allison goes to look 
          for the "hard to find" books.  While Allison is away Chris 
          mistakes a wall for an aisle.  Allison notices and Chris asks 
          her if she is embarrassed.  He explains that it took him a long 
          time to adjust to his blindness.  Allison talks about adjusting 
          to the revelation of Elliot Carson being her father.  They share 
          their tragic stories. 

235:      At the Peyton Place library ajoining the courthouse, Norman asks 
Scene 2.  Allison if she is enjoying her new "project," Chris Webber.  
          Allison says, "yes" and Norman chastises her for giving up on 
          Rodney.  She says they are different types of people.  Norman 
          says not to feed him a line about Rodney wanting rooms full of 
          money and her being a "butterfly."  Norman says, "Wake up smudge.  
          Rod's a man."  Allison dismisses him and goes over to the 
          checkout counter to join Chris Webber.  

          Miss Hunt, the librarian, tells Allison that someone is waiting 
          for her outside.  Allison goes outside.  It turns out to be Lee.  
          He asks her to convince Chris to return to Boston.  Chris comes 
          outside and Lee sneaks off.  When Chris asks who it was, Allison 
          says it was Norman.  Chris says, "you are hopelessly inept as a 
          liar.  I's know Lee's footsteps anywhere."  He tells Allison not 
          to bother to convince him to return to Boston and departs. 

300:      Martin Peyton goes in the library, in the Town Hall building, 
Scene 6.  which also houses the jail and courthouse, Martin speaks to miss 
          Hunt, the librarian.  He is nooking for Norman.  He finds him and 
          tells him he wants to talk.  Peyton says, "Norman, grow up."  
          Norman says, "Peter Pan had it made."  [The allusion of this is 
          that Peter Pan had no parents].  Peyton thanks Norman for going 
          to the cemetary.  Norman says that his mother was insane.  He 
          says she was willful and destructive.  Asks why Peyton didn't 
          send her to a psychiatrist.  Peyton says it is nothing more than 
          a rationale, she was not insane.  "She was a morally corrupt 
          woman."  Norman says, I know she was insane.