Address : 700, Boylston Street, Boston
Open Hours : 10am-6pm
Suggested Hours : 1-2 Hours
Founded : 1852
Director : Mr. David Leonard
Number of books : More than 23 million volumes of books
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The Boston public library was founded in 1848 and later on became the third largest public library in the United States. The library is currently run by 3 families who look after the growth and maintenance of the entire library. The Boston Public library is also known as the Library of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, where all adult members borrow and renew anything of the 24 volumes of books present in the library.
Located on Boylston street, the Boston Public library is one of Boston's oldest as well as one of the most well-maintained libraries in the country. The library not only has ancient manuscripts but also works of Shakespeare and incunabula. The library has smaller sections like a personal section of 3,800 books of John Adams, a mathematical and astronomical section of Nathaniel Bowditch, Spanish literature, and a historical collection.
In addition to this, they also hold a collection of photographs, postcards, prints, and maps. With changing times the library has also evolved and now also has electronic devices for its visitors. The library proves to be ideal for learning, growth and gaining the topmost level of knowledge in all fields of life.
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