East Hampton Library
East Hampton, New York
Founded in 1897, the East Hampton Library moved
to its present location at the corner of Main
Street and Buell Lane in 1912, on land donated by
Mary Lorenzo Woodhouse. The original building was
built with money donated by the Woodhouses. The
Library has had 7 building projects through the
years to meet the needs of the residents all
which were paid for by private donations. The
Library offers many services, all of which are
free and available for residents of all ages.
Services include certified Librarians providing
research assistance, educational programs,
Internet access, database subscriptions, a
collection of more than 100,000 items and much
more. The Long Island Collection of the Library
offers researchers, genealogists and residents a
wealth of material on early East Hampton history.
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