White Branch Library

763 Butternut Street
Syracuse, NY 13209


Charles E. White Branch, Syracuse's first branch library, opened in July 1925. It serves the city's most ethnically and racially diverse populations: Southeast Asians, Caribbeans, Europeans and Middle Easterners.

Murals by Margaret Huntington Boehner decorate the Children's Room. The second floor has a fifty-person capacity community meeting room. The modest basement collection provides foreign language books, materials to learn English and citizenship information.

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