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Enjoying a long history of serving our community, the Hollis Social library is one of the first public libraries in New Hampshire.

It was incorporated by the General Court of the State of New Hampshire in 1799. The library opened at its current location on August 24, 1910.  On September 12, 1993 an addition was added to the historic Greek-Revival building.

Today, the Hollis Social Library is proud to recognize its beautiful building which has stood on Monument Square for over 100 years.

Hollis Social Library History

Hollis Social Library Building Dedication at Old Home Day August 24, 1910

Celebrating 100 Years of the Hollis Social Library Building – August 24, 2010

Hollis Social Library Art