Adams Free Library

About the Library

The Adams Free Library is located in an architecturally stunning building that is prominently positioned on Park Street at McKinley Square. It is constructed of a distinctive buff-colored brick in the Beaux Arts style. William McKinley laid the cornerstone of the building on September 25, 1897, during his first visit to Adams as President of the United States. The Adams Free Library opened to the public on January 2, 1899.

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Staff Contacts

Name Title
Holli Jayko Library Director
Juliana Matthews Children's Librarian
Christa Sidway Adult Services Librarian
NameTitleTerm
Brian Bishop

Trustee

2020

Anita L. Jamros

Trustee

2020

James R. Loughman

Trustee

2021

Eugene F. Michalenko

Trustee

2021

Virginia P. Duval

Trustee

2022

Karen L. Kettles

Trustee

2022