The Morristown & Morris Township Library
1 Miller Road, Morristown, NJ 07960 MMTLibrary.org
Although Library service began in Morris Township in 1792, since 1965 the Morristown & Morris Township Library has served as a Joint Free Public Library and a social and cultural center for both municipalities. Through generous efforts by philanthropist Grinnell Willis to build a Library building for our residents in 1917, the Library has grown to four times its original size while serving hundreds of thousands of patrons every year. Currently, our Library provides residents with reading materials, access to technology and continuing education, self-improvement, enjoyment and information. We achieve this by providing a location for the dissemination of state and local documents, New Jersey history sources and materials that will support Historic Preservation research. We are the keystone for our two communities providing reading materials and programming for children, Bookmobile service to organizations within each municipality, computer classes and technology help for adults and spaces to meet for our communities. With the Library Foundation, our Friends of the Library and our collaborations with neighboring organizations and community groups, we act as a social anchor not only within Morristown and Morris Township, but also regionally.
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14 Maple Avenue, Suite 201
Morristown, NJ 07960