Gordon-Nash Library

About

The Gordon-Nash Library is a non-profit library in New Hampton, New Hampshire, operated by New Hampton School. This library was established, endowed, and this building erected, through the generous bequest of Stephen Gordon Nash (1822-1894), a ripe scholar, a just judge, and an upright man. He gave the fruits of industry and thrift to bless the village of his birth.

Staff

Jerrica Blackey
Director

Kent Bicknell, Ed.D.
Curator of Special Collections

Christine Hunewell
Children’s Program Coordinator

Curbside Pickup Ordering Hours

Monday – Friday
8 am – 4 pm

Curbside Pickup Instructions

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Please watch our video on how to reserve items in the library catalog.

Additional Resources

EBSCO Host Research Resource

This research database provides full text articles from thousands of magazines, journals and national newspapers such as Time, PC World, Journal of Nursing Research, Library Journal and many more!

Click here to access.


New Hampton Historical Society

Dedicated to historic preservation and education, the New Hampton Historical Society was founded in 1945.

View the website.

eBooks and Audiobooks

NH Downloadable Books provides over 7000 audiobooks and 9000 eBook titles. Sign in with your library card and download up to three titles at one time.

To get started, go to NH Downloadable Books Consortium or download the OverDrive or Libby app to your phone or tablet (you must have access to the internet).

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Visit Us

Gordon-Nash Library
69 Main Street
New Hampton, New Hampshire 03256
Phone: 603-677-3740 | Fax: 603-677-3491