The Salisbury Free Library, founded and organized in 1898, is a successor to the Salisbury Social Library, first formed in 1794 and incorporated in 1798. One of this early Library’s leading lights was Ebenezer Webster, father of the renowned Daniel. These early settlers of Salisbury intended their library to provide information, recreation and inspiration for the citizens of the town. Their aims are ours today.
- The Board of Library Trustees
- Who may use the Library
- Selection of Materials
- Services (includes internet & computer use policy)
- Gifts and Memorials
- Amendments and Review