The Gay-Kimball Library is a Public Library made possible by Walter N. Gay’s land donation in 1927 and a bequest from Warren Kimball’s estate in 1945.

Our mission is to meet the recreational and informational needs of the community in a creative, professional and welcoming manner. The Library will offer diverse resources and provide a community meeting place for people of all ages.

All information regarding the Kinder Morgan Pipeline can be found here. Kinder Morgan Pipeline

What’s going on at the Library?

  • Book group:  3rd Tuesday of the month at 4pm (no December Meeting)
  • Story Time: Thursdays @ 4:15pm, January 7th – February 11th
  • Holiday Hours: Closed – Christmas Eve, Boxing Day (12/26); New Year’s Eve closing at 5pm


Includes animated talking picture books, chapter books, videos, non-fiction titles, playlists, books in languages other than English such as French and Spanish, graphic novels and math stories.
Story time at home & so much more! TumbleBooks includes animated talking picture books, chapter books, videos, non-fiction titles, playlists, graphic novels and math stories. Click on the picture to start! You will need your library card number to login.








WWII letters from Troy residents!

See letters written from 1942-1944 to the Librarian, Annie Clark, along with a directory of Troy citizens in the armed forces for that time period. The letters were solicited by the Librarian and Library Trustees, George Ripley, A. H. Hanscom and J. T. Hawkins, to keep a record of all the Troy residents who were in the military and where they were stationed. Just click this link to see them all. WWII Letters from military members from Troy, NH. OR click on this link for a list of the letter writers and a direct link to their letters.  Our Flickr Pro account is sponsored by the Edward Boufford American Legion, Post 56.

Troy genealogy buffs rejoice!

We have acquired from Janet McCullough the Genealogy of Births, Marriages Deaths in the Town of Troy, NH from the 1700s to 2010. Plus a list of who is in the Village Cemetery. Also, Village Cemetery Maps in PDF format. This is to the best of our knowledge. Please alert us to any errors. Click on Town Information above for all the links.

Also don’t miss – HeritageQuest & Ancestry Library: two great genealogy databases offering a treasure trove of information. Call or email for the passwords. (available only to Troy taxpayers).