In this week’s History & Heritage column, Molly Hone discusses a picture of readers in the Main Library’s garden from 1935.
Montclair Public Library has closed its physical buildings, but its work goes on: online Storytimes, lectures, Open Book/Open Mind and more.
In the latest “History and Heritage,” in honor of Black History Month, Molly Hone of the Montclair Public Library shares images of celebrated Montclairites.
In 1955, the Montclair Public Library packed up its books and left the building that is now UUCM, to move to Fullerton Street; “History and Heritage.”
Here’s a book or two for your To Be Read list, in honor of The Little Read.
Yep, that’s a cow in Montclair. In this historic photo, archivist Molly Hone gives some information about “Carrie the Cow,” for History and Heritage.
Delivery at Montclair Public Library is not a thing of the past. This picture dates from 1949, but the library still delivers.
History and heritage: An archival picture by Mitchell Kelly shows three people enjoying the Presby Memorial Iris Gardens circa 1945.
Young African Americans gather at the Y, now the home of the Montclair History Center, in an undated photograph from the archives of the Library.