Originally founded in 1857, the Public Library of Brookline, MA, promotes discovery, connection, and opportunity for all. With three locations--in the neighborhoods of Brookline Village, Coolidge Corner, and Putterham--the Library offers collections in various formats, as well as innovative programs and services. The Library also preserves and provides access to materials that document the history of Brookline.
The Public Library of Brookline strives to make its Special Collections and Local History work accessible to all, no matter their location. As of September 2020, this page allows you to search local Brookline papers predating 1923. We plan to expand this resource as soon as possible.
If you’d like to learn more about the history of Brookline, MA, take a look at our Local History page or our digitized collections on Digital Commonwealth.
If you’d like assistance, please contact our reference librarians.