50th Anniversary

The Nashua Public Library moved into its current Court Street building in the fall of 1971. Please celebrate with us by taking in our exhibit of library posters, signs, furniture, and other memorabilia from the last 50 years.

The exhibit will run through December 30 in our Art Gallery.

Special 50th-anniversary library cards are now available, free! If you already have a library card, you can exchange it at the front desk for one of these new ones. If you don’t have one, bring ID so you can sign up.

We hope you enjoy this slideshow of library photos from the last 50 years.

Read a history of the library through 1961.

In 1996, to celebrate its 25th anniversary in the Court Street building, the library held an essay contest for teens. Read the winning entries.