The Free Public Library of Hasbrouck Heights are continually searching for intriguing local artists and collections to display through out the year.
We provide wall space for artists and local organizations to display their work.
This Month’s Collection
We also have two enclosed cases which are 18 inches deep and measure 4 feet wide by 6 feet tall. These display cases were provided by the Women’s Club of Hasbrouck Heights.
Past displays include World War II memorabilia, NASCAR collectibles, New Jersey Aviation History items & Faberge Eggs.
This Month’s Case Collection
The Colorful World of Stamps
Collection by: Francis D. Sheridan
Mr. Frank Sheridan had been collecting stamps since the age of 7. He grew up in the rural town of WallKill, NY (original home of the Borden Milk Company), became a Concrete Structural Engineer, retired, then moved to South Jersey. He passed away in 2017. This display represents a portion of his entire collection. Mr. Frank–as he is remembered by his friends–also worked on model trains as a hobby and was a member of the Shoreline Model Railroad Club.
We’re looking for great local displays!
The Library is in search of those who would like to display their collections in the display case located in the main hallway.
If you have a collection you think would be of interest to the general public, please call the Adult Services Department at (201) 288-6653 or e-mail them email@example.com.