Welcome To The
CARTHAGE FREE LIBRARY
A part of the twin villages since 1915
The Carthage Free Library was founded largely through the efforts of the Carthage Federation of Women’s Clubs, particularly Mrs. Ruth Strickland Allen and Mrs. Nettie Hewitt. In September 1910, 36 citizens of Carthage and West Carthage voted to establish a public library for “free use of inhabitants” of the villages.
- Sunday Closed
- Tuesday Closed
- Thursday Closed
HERITAGE ROOM HOURS
Tues 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Thurs 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
The Heritage Room is currently closed due to Covid-19. If you are looking for some help with research you may go to the Heritage Room page on our website and complete the request form. We will assist you with the research as time allows and be in touch via email or phone.
Welcome to the new Carthage Free Library website. It is still a work in progress so please be patient as we work out all the kinks. Of course as with everything, the Covid-19 pandemic brings changes every day as well so we will try to keep everything as up to date as possible. We hope