York Public Library in the center of York, Maine is so large, I couldn't figure out how to enter the building. Unlike many others I've visited, this is new, with little or no character on the inside. I asked several questions, but nobody knew the answers, like when was it built, where was the old one, was the lovely foundation part of a barn or old building. However, they have a good-sized genealogy/history collection. I didn't do any research but should have, as both my husband and I have ancestors from there.Main entrance at the back of the library, the view below is what you see first. This was the first time I'd seen it, we had to ask where it was. Easy to get to, once we knew, and plenty of parking on two sides.
I wondered if the same architect built this as the Topsham, Maine Library. Both very similar to their main great room, reading room with lots of windows, and many side rooms.
There was an extensive collections of York books.