Carver Room
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The Carver Room, which houses local history and genealogy, is located in The Carver Public Library.

 

Documents, printed matter, photographs, scrapbooks, artifacts and local Carver newspapers from the mid 1980s until the present, are included in the collection. Cemetery records from the 5 cemeteries located in Carver, as well as a house survey which was conducted in 1980 by the Historical Commission, are also part of the collection.

 

 

Hours & Contacts
The Carver Room is open when the Reference Librarian, is in, usually Monday through Saturday, including Tuesday and Thursday evenings. 

 

 

Please contact Amy Sheperdson (508-866-3415 x109) at the library regarding any inquiries or donations.

 



The History of the Town of Carver, Massachusetts : Historical Review, 1637-1910 by Henry S. Griffith is available online.  Click on the book cover below to access the link.





Cemeteries in the Town of Carver, MA

Available Online

 


  click here to visit the website




Carver Public Library Cranberry Label Collection


The Carver Cranberry Label Collection was donated to the library by Clark Griffith and contains over 200 cranberry labels. Thanks to a grant from the Library Services and Technology Act which is administered through the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners, the Boston Public Library has digitized the collection and they are available at the SAILS Digital History Collection.

Both of the Carver Public Library Digital Collections are hosted by:

2 Meadowbrook Way
Carver, MA 02330
508-866-3415

Images of America: Carver

Images of America: Carver was published in August, 2004 by Arcadia Publishers and compiled by Constance Jenney Shaw, Chairperson of the Historical Commission, and Amy B. Sheperdson, Carver Public Library Reference Librarian. The book is available at the Carver Public Library for $20 and all proceeds benefit the Carver Room.