The library began life in 1905 as a free association library--the Geneva Free Library--with the leadership and support of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Our mission is to provide reliable information to visitors and residents of all ages in a prompt manner and in all formats and media. The library houses a physical collection of Geneva and Ontario County local history and genealogy resources, all of which are available for public use within the library. In addition, the library offers free research assistance for patrons of all Pioneer Library System libraries and flexible fee based assistance for those outside of those areas. For more information on our collections or any services we provide, please visit our website or contact us at:
Geneva Public Library
244 Main Street
Geneva, New York 14456
315-789-5303. FAX (315) 789-9835
The Geneva Public Library Digital Collection is a collection of over 100 photographs related to historical Geneva. Photographs of historical buildings, streets, events, and people are included. Several photographs were taken from the beloved journalist and photographer of the Geneva Times, P.B. Oakley.
View the entire collection.