Jesup Memorial Library, Bar Harbor

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Jesup Memorial Library is the public library of Bar Harbor, Maine. It is located in an architecturally distinguished Colonial Revival building at 34 Mount Desert Street in the town's main village. The building was built in 1910-11, donated to the community by Mrs. Morris K. Jesup in memory of her late husband, both of them longtime summer residents of the area, and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991 for its architecture.
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  • This historic library is just the thing for people who like books. 3 spiral staircases lead up to a balcony of reference materials with a great view of the open main floor. This building is...  more »
  • I was bored during a lobster lecture and escaped outside finding this gem of a place. I could've stayed the whole day. It was picture perfect gorgeous, calm, you have to stop here and walk through...  more »
  • Beautiful historic library, very helpful and friendly staff. Perfect place to chill out on a warm day away from tourists.
  • Incredible historical library with oak paneling and original cork floor. It's a treasure, not to be missed!

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