Information Services

Information

Visit the Reference Desk in-person, call 978-373-1586 x608, or email Reference staff.

Library staff can perform an obituary search if provided an exact date of death.
Printing and scanning any Special Collections material is $0.50/page.

eBooks

New DVDs

DVDs are now free to borrow!

Latest Library Blog entries for Information

Consumer Reports Online

April is the month that Consumer Reports rolls out the annual automotive issue. If you have a Haverhill library card you can read it online! Consumer Reports is easy to use, you can do a keyword search or use the A-Z product index. Scroll down the page for different links to access product information. You will have […]

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Save the Date for our Fall Fundraiser!

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Zinio for Libraries: Digital Magazine

With Zinio Digital Magazines for Libraries, you can choose from a list of 40+ popular magazines subscribed by the Haverhill Public Library.  The magazines are always available, no holds needed, no checkout periods, and no limits on quantities.  Even better, the magazine is yours to keep.  Magazines can be read on a computer, or on […]

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Legal Forms Library

Are you in need of a legal form? Try our new Gale database of Legal Forms. Searching is simple, the forms are arranged by topic or alphabetically and can be downloaded in either Word or Acrobat. Gale Legal Forms offer a step-by-step approach to finding and completing the form, no special skills are necessary. Forms […]

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Testing and Education Reference Center – TERC

We would like to introduce you to our newest database: Testing and Education Reference Center, also known as TERC. You will find over 300 practice tests and courses for High School, College, Grad School and Career Tools. What you will find when you explore TERC: High School study prep guides include: GED, HiSET, Independent and […]

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