We’re back in Connecticut for this month’s library post, visiting The Hagaman Memorial Library in East Haven, CT. As I wrote last month, one of the big impacts that the Covid-19 pandemic has had on my reading and working life is not being able to go to the library, any library, for going on four months now. This year I’m committed to posting at least one library visit a month and since I can’t currently visit new-to-me libraries, I’m digging into my photo archives where I’ve been happy to find that I have a plethora of pictures of library visits from years past that I’ve never posted.
I look forward to a return visit to explore The Hagaman Memorial Library in more detail. It’s just a few towns away from where I live. The day I visited, work was my focus and these are some quick photos I snapped. After browsing around on the library’s website, I see they have a Historical Room — I’m definitely going back to explore that . . . just as soon as this pandemic is over.
The Hagaman Memorial Library
227 Main Street
East Haven, CT
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