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    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.
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    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
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    The "Great Room" in the Hillview Free Library is the scene of grant sponsored concerts, art exhibits and lectures.
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    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.
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    Readers have at their disposal over 15,000 books in the library's collection.

Due to the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak the library is closed. To make an one-on-one appointment to borrow books, or other library materials please call 518 668 3012 or 518 668 3198.We hope to reopen on April 29th 2020.
Thank you for your understanding.

Hillview Free Library

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

Phone & Fax: (518) 668-3012

September 1st - 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