Solvay Public Library

615 Woods Road
Solvay, NY 13219

315-468-2441

The Solvay Public Library is a municipal public library of the Village of Solvay, New York. It is governed by a seven member Board of Trustees. The library is also supported by the Town of Geddes. The Carnegie Foundation and Frederick Hazard helped the community of Solvay fund the building, built in 1905. In 2002, the library began a plan to enlarge the library and parking lot, and to provide handicap accessibility. The library is home to the Solvay Process Collection, an historic collection of photographs, technical documents, and other archival materials donated by Allied Chemical Corporation. Solvay Process Company, formed in 1881, was a major manufacturer in the Solvay community.

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