Hinsdale Public Library

58 Maple Street
Hinsdale, MA 01235

413-655-2303

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Founded in 1866, the Hinsdale Public Library has served the small town of Hinsdale, Massachusetts as a library and historical archive for more than a century. The building features a unique blend of Gothic and farmhouse-style architecture designed by Leopold Eidlitz (also responsible for the New York State Capitol in Albany), and still boasts most of the original woodwork. But despite the historic exterior, the Library has worked hard to stay up-to-date on the latest technologies, and offers free wireless internet, multiple public computers, and an extensive collection of classic and new-release DVD's.

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