Libraries

Allen F. Pierce Free Library

Enjoy our small community oriented library. Find fun and learning for all ages with our garden of fiction and non-fiction books. Use our technology with our computers, online resources and internet services. First opened January 12, 1912 as the Troy Free Public Library in the civic building which is now the C&N Bank.  October 29, 1978, we reopened as Allen F. Pierce Free Library in our present location attached to the Borough building one of Troy’s oldest buildings.  An addition in May 1995 brought enough room for our computer lab, more bookshelves and room for study and relaxation.

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Allen F. Pierce Free Library
34 Fenner Avenue
Troy, PA 16947

Bradford County Library

Bradford County Library is headquarters for the nine member Bradford County Library System. All libraries share materials through interlibrary loan and the Bookmobile service.

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Bradford County Libray
16093 Route 6
Troy, PA 16947

Green Free Library

Green Free Library has continuously and progressively served our community for over 100 years by providing patrons with books, audiobooks, DVDs, periodicals, and relevant programs for both children and adults. We're located right off Route 414 on North Center Street. Public access computers and wifi are available.

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Green Free Library
38 North Center Street
Canton, PA 17724

Mather Memorial Library

 Mather Memorial Library began in 1920 with members of the Ulster Study Club each giving a book in lieu of dues. The books were kept in the living room of the Abe Chaffee home. As the collection grew it moved upstairs over the firehouse then to a vacant store offered by D. W. Mills. At that time the collection consisted of 400 volumes. Mrs. Fred E. Mathers was elected librarian. In 1930, the growth of the library made larger quarters necessary. The Mather Store was purchased. The first floor served as the library with meeting rooms upstairs.

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Mather Memorial Library
P.O. Box 230
23866 Route 220
Ulster, PA 18850

Monroeton Public Library

In 1939, the Women's Club of Monroeton took on the challenge to open a public library for their community. Little did they know the opportunities and advantages they were giving to the patrons with the expansion of technology, equipment, and materials. We strive to offer family activities including year round story times, summer reading programs, and family game nights. Over 8,800 items are available to be checked out with advanced information at a click of a button plus free sites on our website.

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Monroeton Public Library
149 Dalpiaz Drive
Monroeton, PA 18832

New Albany Community Library

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New Albany Community Library
98 Front Street
New Albany, PA 18833

Spalding Memorial Library

History of the Spalding Memorial Library:  The original building was built in 1897 by Jesse Spalding in loving memory of his son, Robert L. Spalding 1872 to 1895, as a gift to the inhabitants of Athens Township. The cost of the construction at that time was close to $25,000. Mr. Spalding was born in Bradford County, PA and educated at the Athens Academy. The Academy was located on the lot across the street from the library on South Main Street. He became a very successful lumberman and businessman in Chicago, IL. On March 12, 1897, it was announced that Mr.

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Spalding Memorial Library
724 South Main Street
Athens, PA 18810

Towanda Public Library

The mission of the Towanda Public Library is to maintain a free, public, non sectarian library which serves community members equally according to need regardless of age, sex, race, educational background or intellectual capability, economic or educational status. The Library will provide informational, educational and recreational materials to meet the needs of the community. The Towanda Public Library shall provide enrichment and promote an appreciation of reading, thereby being an invaluable source for the community.

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Towanda Library
104 Main Street
Towanda, PA 18848

Wyalusing Public Library

Wyalusing Public Library was built in 1902 by Mr. Frank Welles. It has a rich history in its beautiful interior and welcoming atmosphere. The library maintains a large collection of audio books as well as local history. We keep current best sellers and great children books, lots of children's programs and two library cats. Please visit our website for further information.

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Wyalusing Public Library
115 Church Street
Wyalusing, PA 18853
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