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Saint Andrews has had a library for almost 200 years. For many of those years, it was a volunteer library.
Henry Phipps and Sarah Juliette Ross, wealthy Americans who made Saint Andrews home in the early part of the 20th Century, left a sizeable bequest for the establishment of the Ross Memorial Library and the Ross Memorial Museum.
The library became part of the provincial public library system in 1982.
Our Accessible Entrance:
The back entrance has a ramp and has automatic door accessible push plates.