I love all kinds of libraries, from a small town public library to a huge university research library. I thought it would be fun and possibly of interest to fellow library lovers to post pictures of libraries I encounter on my travels.
Sometimes libraries are closed when I stumble upon them and I’ve started titling those posts “Library Stops.” When I get to walk around inside a library and take interior shots, I title those posts “Library Visits.”
In my efforts to not bother people or post photos in which patrons are easily identifiable, I’m often unable to take pictures of the entire interior of a library because — hurrah! — libraries are usually busy places. As a result, these posts are not comprehensive library tours. If you should notice yourself in a photo and want me to blur your image, just let me know.
This list is organized by state and then by town or city.
- East Haven
- Glastonbury, East Glastonbury
- Glastonbury, South Glastonbury
- Glastonbury, Welles-Turner Memorial Library
- New Haven, Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library
- New Haven, The Institute Library (guest post on The Emerald City Book Review)
- New London
- Norwich, Old Otis Library, 1850
- Old Lyme
- Salisbury, Guest post on Book Bloggers International
- Arlington Heights
- Chicago, Blackstone Branch
- Chicago, Loyola University
- Chillicothe, Old Carnegie Library, 1915
- Chillicothe, New Public Library, 2005)
- Freeport, Featuring 3 libraries
- Hines, Veterans Hospital
- Beatrice, Old Carnegie Library, 1904
- Beatrice, New Public Library, 1991
- Red Cloud
- Katonah Village Library
- Manhattan Bobst Library NYU
- Manhattan, Greenwich Village: Jefferson Market Library
- Manhattan The Morgan
- Manhattan New York Public Library, Main Branch
- Manhattan The New York Society Library
Send me on a mission!
Is there a Connecticut or New England library you’d like me to visit? Let me know! I’ll do my best to make it there and then report back here.