The Library before the Nichols Library

While Center Harbor rightfully honors James E. Nichols this week on the centennial of the Library that bears his name, that structure was not the village’s first library.   An independent library  had been providing a reading room and lending collection to members for two decades. Their story is closely twined to that of Mr. Nichols and is part of the heritage which we are celebrating this week.  Continue reading

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