I am what libraries and librarians
have made me, with little
assistance from a professor
of Greek and poets.
Dennis Crimmins, President
Deborah A. Etzel, Vice President
Kevin Feeney, Treasurer
Judy Fosdick, Clerk
132 South Street
As early as 1811, Plymouth had a subscription library with 30 paying members.
In 1856, an independent non-profit corporation was formed dedicated to providing quality library services to the town.
In the 1850s the Young Men's Library Institute was meeting weekly at the library to discuss books and essays.
The Plymouth Public Library Corporation was founded in 1880.
39,000+ registered borrowers of the Plymouth Public Library.
240,000 individuals visited our Library last year.
340,000 items circulated last year.
An average of 30 Community meetings are held weekly in our meeting rooms.
The Plymouth Public Library Corporation is still committed to its mission today.