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  1. May 21, 2022 · Search Our Collection of Books, eMaterials, and More! Special Collections ... Haverhill Public Library 99 Main Street, Haverhill, MA 01830. Contact Tel (978) 373-1586.

  2. In 1923, the Haverhill Collection was formally established to preserve existing library material and to collect additional material for future generations. In 1969, with the construction of a new library building, plans called for two rooms to house the then 20,700 volumes that made up the Whittier, Local History, and Genealogy collections.

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    The Haverhill Public Library was established in 1873 in an agreement between wealthy industrialist E.J.M. Hale and the City of Haverhill. The agreement stipulated that Mr. Hale would donate land for a building site and half the money necessary to build and furnish a library if the people of Haverhill would donate the other half. He further stipulat...

    The Haverhill Public Library is the institution in the City that connects our community to lifelong learning and enrichment.

    The Haverhill Public Library serves as a focal point of our community, meeting the lifelong learning needs of all people. That Library provides exceptional service, materials, and programs to meet those informational, recreational, and cultural needs.

  4. Mar 28, 2016 · The Friends of the Haverhill Public Library book sale take place from Tuesday, April 5 to Monday, April 11. April 5 is preview day, while April 6 is Teacher’s Day and April 7 to April 11 are ...

  5. Access Our Online Resources. All Haverhill Public Library cardholders have access to high-quality databases of full-text periodicals, downloadable music and magazines, language-learning software, and more, all from within the Library. Most of these resources are also available from home!

  6. The library Information and Reference Department will fax documents anywhere in the U.S. at a cost of $3.00 for the 1st page, and $1.00 for each additional page (charge applies for each location to which we fax). We also receive faxes for $1.00 per page. For more information see our fax page, where we also recommend several local fax services ...

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