Library Holds annual Spring Book Sale on May 17 and 18  Early bird sale hours are Friday, May 17th from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and admission is $3. Saturday hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. with no admission charge.
Join us for an Unbirthday themed story time. Thursday, May 23rd at 4:15pm
Book Club: 3rd Tuesday of every month at 4pm. Next Meeting is Tuesday, May 21st we will be discussing The Road by Cormac McCarthy. We have plenty of copies at the Library, if you need one. In June we’ll be reading Columbine by Dave Culler.
Click here to start downloading eBooks and Audio Books Announcing the Arrival eBooks! Our E-books are now Kindle compatible! Can be read on your computer, Nook, Sony Reader and other devices. Also we have MP3 Audiobooks that can now be downloaded onto PCs or Mac and played on any MP3 player, including iPods®. WMA Audiobooks can be downloaded, as always, to a PC and played on WMA-compatible players.
Did you know that just living in Troy allows you to get a library card at Franklin Pierce University Library for free? Click here for a pdf brochure with more information.
Parents, please note that the Library does not monitor what your children check-out. They have access to our entire collection of books, audio-books and movies. To help families in making their movie selections we have separated our G & PG movies into a family friendly “Family DVD” section. If you wish to limit what your child is allowed to check-out, please ask us about putting a note on your child’s record.___________________________________________
Welcome to the new Online Magazine Stand where you'll find easy access to recent feature length articles in many of the most popular magazines. Just click on a category to access articles from a handful of magazines on that topic.
Contact the Library at 242-7743 or at
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Welcome to the website of the Gay-Kimball Library in Troy, NH. 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.
Have story time at home with TumbleBooks! Just click on the image above to access picture books, read alongs, videos, puzzles & games, non-fiction and language learning.
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 on the letters below to see them all.
OR click on this link for a list of the letter writers and a direct link to their letters.
Read the article from the Union Leader about our letters by clicking here.
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 here for online access or get the excel files!