Images in the Marlboro Free Library collection can be viewed as a community scrapbook of people, places, and events in the Town of Marlborough, a small community on the western shore of the Hudson River. Most of these images capture the economic, recreational and civic pursuits of 19th Century New Yorkers in a farming community where the Hudson River was the major "highway."
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Celebrations of the Hudson - This exhibit consists of photographs, postcards, souvenir booklets, programs and other materials related to the 1909 Hudson Fulton Celebration. The items were contributed by the Hudson Area Association Library, the Nyack Library, the Newburgh Free Library, and the Hudson River Valley Institute.
Marlboro Free Library 100 Years Celebration - The Marlboro Free Library has been serving it's community for a 100 years (1911-2011). This exhibit portrays the different locations of the library in the town of Marlboro, NY over the years from December 9, 1911 to the present, as well as providing a history timeline.