About The Salem Public Library
Salem Public Library is located in the McIntire Historic District of Salem, Massachusetts in an 1855 renovated brick mansion originally owned by sea merchant John Bertram. The library is part of the North of Boston Library Exchange (NOBLE), a consortium of 25 public and academic libraries in the surrounding area.
Address: 370 Essex Street, Salem, MA 01970
Street parking along Essex Street between Boston and Beckford Streets.
MBTA bus stop “Essex St opp. Monroe St” is in front of the library, served by bus route 450.
Directions: Google Map
Public Transportation: Visit MBTA website for more information.
Tara Mansfield, Library Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jim Riordan, Assistant Director, email@example.com
Simone Lorrain, Children’s Department, firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Gaudrault, Technical Services, email@example.com
Marie Hviding, Reference Department, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tess Lucey, Circulation Department, email@example.com
Tim Driscoll, Technology, firstname.lastname@example.org
Salem Public Library’s Mission Statement:
“To provide quality public service at the Salem Public Library in a reliable, caring, and cost-effective manner; to satisfy Salem Public Library patrons by delivering a level of service that exceeds our patrons’ expectations and to achieve consistent upward growth in the total quality of our Salem Public Library services and collections.“