Moore Memorial Library

59 Genesee Street
Greene, NY 13778


Construction of the library began in 1901 and the library opened on January 28, 1904.The Cynthia Raymond Room in the basement of the library was dedicated in 1980. A local history museum is located on the third floor. The library was named by the first trustees of the village to honor the Moore family's generous gift to the village. Generations of villagers and visitors have admired and appreciated the majestic stone library, an august and beautiful reminder of the civic-minded Moores whose descendants still support the library through the Edward S. Moore Foundation.

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