Our 2022 Annual Report is posted to the About page, and highlights key accomplishments including implementation of the Apollo program, a successful summer reading program, and many improvements to our building and surrounding space as part of Phase One of our renovation project.
Thank you to all who donated as part of our 2022 Annual Appeal campaign. We appreciate the support of so many, and it will help us reach our goal for the next phase is our restoration project. In mid-December we received the good news that LCHIP approved matching grant funding for the next phase of our work! See the Renovation page for more information!
Books & Resources
Two years ago, Haverhill Library received a grant from the Cogswell Benevolent Trust to fund our conversion to the Apollo Integrated Library System. The new system will allow patrons to view our card catalog online from their home computers and to reserve and check out books as well. The new system will also facilitate library management and administration.
This new system is a work in progress! If you don’t see what you’re looking for, check out other resources below or Contact Us.
In 2020 we committed to a phased renovation to preserve, restore, and expand our 1840 Federal Style building in the heart of historic Haverhill Corner.
About the Library
The Haverhill Library Association has proudly served our community for over 140 years.
Haverhill Corner Historic District
A brief summary of its history and significance with pictures and descriptions of its historic buildings and homes. A 70-page reference book with pictures.
A Winter's Day on the Commons
The picture is worth 1000 words. (4 ½ x 5 ½” and include envelopes)
$1.50 per card
10 Cards for $12
25 Cards for $25
Haverhill Library Association Notecards
Note the front of the cards is a sketch by Allianora Rosse, a noted botanical illustrator who lived for many years on Court Street. same image as the sketch. (3 ½ x 5” on buff stock and include envelopes)
Library Building Sketch Print
The sketch was done by Allianora Rosse many years ago. She was an artist who lived in Haverhill Corner. We have several books in our collection with beautiful botanical illustrations drawn by Allianora.
This cookbook is 175 pages with an introduction and description of historic Haverhill Corner and appendices including nutritional tips and weights and measures conversations. Recipes were contributed by library patrons.