(Under the Library Service tab, you will see Genealogy and Library Services listed. I've included the library images of these sections below.)
In September, my husband was anxious to use the Lewiston Library because he has ancestors from the area. Since it is in the center of the city, and on a major corner, I was worried about parking, but we got a spot right in front, however, to enter, we had to walk to the opposite side of the library. (Photo of entrance is at the end of this post.)
Main reference desk, from this location we were guided upstairs to the genealogy area.
Facing the Reference desk, the genealogy room is on the right. On the left side is a lovely computer room. Several librarians working there knew their holdings.
My husband signing in.
The knowledgeable staff member looking up something for my husband in the genealogy room. Three photos below were taken in this room. There is an archives area but is off-limits to the public. The librarian did retrieve some material for Bill.
The reference area computer room, next to the genealogy room.
Plenty of books on the 2nd floor.
Entrance to the library. The street below is Lisbon Street (sliver of library shown on the lower right side).