• Slide 1
    The Hillview Free Library was established in 1899 when Jane Keyes Hamilton, a resident of New York City and a visitor to Diamond Point decided the community should have a library.
  • Slide 2
    In 1901, having outgrown the original building, a friend, architect J. Dickinson Hunter, designed the stunning stone arched structure, whose curved door opened into an oak lined great room.
  • Slide 3
    The "Great Room" in the Hillview Free Library is the scene of grant sponsored concerts, art exhibits and lectures.
  • Slide 4
    Of special interest is our collection of historical and rare books on the Adirondacks, and our original Seneca Ray Stoddard photographs.
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    In 1967, a children's room was added.
  • Slide 6
    Readers have at their disposal over 15,000 books in the library's collection.

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Hillview Free Library
P.O. Box 95
3717 Lake Shore Drive
Diamond Point, NY 12824

Phone & Fax: (518) 668-3012

Hours:
September 2nd -May 31st
Monday: 10-5
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: 10-5
Friday: Closed
Saturday: 10-5
Sunday: Closed

Director: Ms. Virginia Graves
Library Assistant: Ms. Louise Higgens