Floyd Memorial Library
Greenport, New York 11944
Phone: (631) 477-0660
Christopher Bianchi - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Floyd Memorial Library was chartered in 1907. The stone building was donated by Grace Floyd in honor of her father, David Gelston Floyd, in 1917. In July of 1997, after approval by the voters, ground was broken for a $1.3 million expansion. The library dedication was held on May 22, 1999 and since then we have hosted many concerts, adult and children’s programs, and numerous activities. Floyd Memorial Library serves Orient, East Marion, and Greenport residents and tax-payers. We welcome card holders from all Suffolk County libraries. All visitors are welcome to in-library use of materials, computers and services.
The Floyd Memorial Library Local History Room has been an integral part of the library since its establishment with the donation of the current stone building by Grace Floyd in 1917. It was stated in the agreement that the library must have a local history room to preserve the history of the area for years to come. The department is dedicated to collecting, promoting, and
preserving the local history in the Greenport region. The collection consists of books, postcards, photographs, maps, audio visual material, pamphlets, scrapbooks, yearbooks, file folders of deeds and other Greenport-related documents.
Use of the Local History Room
Materials in the Local History Room may be used by members of the public; however, in order to maintain the safety and integrity of the collection, collection materials may only be accessed under the supervision of a library staff member. Food and drink (including water) are not permitted in the Local History Room under any circumstances.
The area is open by appointments, please call 631-477-0660 ext 103
Email requests may be sent to: email@example.com
Floyd Memorial Library is a member of the Long Island Library Resources Council.