Gravesend Branch Library

303 Avenue X
Brooklyn, NY 11223

718-382-5792

About the Library:
Gravesend was one of the original six towns of Brooklyn.It was established in 1645 by Lady Deborah Moody and followers as a haven from religious persecution and was named after the English seaport of Gravesend,Kent.With support from community groups and P.S. 216, this library opened in a brick building on Avenue X in 1962.

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