Amsterdam Free Library
The Amsterdam Free Library has been open to the public since 1903. Built with funds from Andrew Carnegie, the library has become a historic symbol of the City of Amsterdam. The Library is located adjacent to the Amsterdam Post Office and across from the Public Safety Building.
The library houses a large collection of books, magazines, and periodicals as well as volumes of books on tape. All are welcome, to remove books from the library, a library card is required but easily obtained with a photo ID.
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