A primary reason for this trip was to give DVDs made from home movies made in Salisbury in 1969 and 1970, one copy for the library an one for the Historical Society.
The library is now much larger. The children's area is in the original building, in the foreground of the picture below. The space seems to have been at least doubled with the addition of the part you can see at the far right of the picture. The collection and the atmosphere are much changed from my earliest memory here.
The door here is no longer used; the entrance is around the side to the left.
I don't know if these signs were related to a summer reading program or perhaps year-round, but they were sports related: "On your mark, get set, read!" "Get in the game, read!" and "Exercise your mind, read!"
Adult books are on wall shelves and stacks positioned diagonally. I like the letters that stick out from the stacks to guide a reader to the desired author.
There is a large corner with windows on two sides and cushioned benches under the windows. There is at least one easy chair and a table with a couple of other chairs.
And like so many libraries in New Hampshire, there is a telescope that can be checked out. Quite a change from the 60's!