19428 Library

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Mays Landing Branch - Atlantic County Library System 40 Farragut Avenue Hamilton NJ 08330 53.1 miles from 19428 609-625-2776


Mabel Smith Douglass Library 8 Chapel Dr New Brunswick NJ 08901 53.1 miles from 19428 848-932-9411

Library of Science and Medicine 165 Bevier Road Piscataway NJ 08854 53.7 miles from 19428 732-445-3854

Perryville Branch Library 500 Coudon Boulevard Perryville MD 21903 53.8 miles from 19428 410-996-6070

Richland Community Library 111 East Main Street Richland PA 17087 53.9 miles from 19428 717-866-4939

Manheim Township Public Library 595 Granite Run Drive Lancaster PA 17601 53.9 miles from 19428 717-560-6441

William Spangler Library 5100 East Black Horse Pike Hamilton NJ 08330 54.1 miles from 19428 609-343-4952

Port Deposit Branch Library 13 South Main Street Port Deposit MD 21904 54.3 miles from 19428 410-996-6055

Middlesex Public Library 1300 Mountain Avenue Middlesex NJ 08846 54.5 miles from 19428 732-356-6602

Bangor Public Library 39 South Main Street Bangor PA 18013 54.5 miles from 19428 610-588-4136

Kilmer Area Library 75 Avenue East Piscataway NJ 08854 54.6 miles from 19428 848-445-3613

Peapack-Gladstone Library 1 School Street Peapack and Gladstone NJ 07934 55.5 miles from 19428 908-234-0598

Piscataway Public Library (Westergard Branch) 20 Murray Avenue Piscataway NJ 08854 55.8 miles from 19428 732-752-1166

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