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Newbury Public Library

933 Route 103

History Of Newbury Public Library
                   The story began in 1893 when the town of Newbury voted to appropriate the sum of $25.00 to support a town library. A gift of $25.00 was also given that year by Colonel John Hay to buy books for the new town library. The library opened later that year in a room above the Cilley store in South Newbury, and it remained at that location until 1910.

                    In 1915 a second library was established in King Daughters Hall (known today as Veterans Hall). Newbury was served by two libraries until 1962. In that year the town appropriated $15,000 to construct a dedicated library building. One year later the new building was completed and the two libraries serving the town were consolidated at a single location. At that time the combined libraries had a collection of about 3,000 volumes.

P.O. Box 245
Newbury, NH 03255


Vera Siciliano

Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Shannon and Leah are warm and friendly! Feels like home.

Frances Parker

Sunday, July 15, 2018
Open on sunday, how cool is that?

Sharon Carnevale

Tuesday, Dec. 26, 2017
Wonderful place! Great librarians and staff!

Mary Marzelli

Monday, Jan. 16, 2017
Beautiful building, staff is helpful and knowledgeable. Great children's program on Wednesday mornings. Excellent book and movie selections.

leigh root

Friday, Feb. 16, 2018

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