19945 Library

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Sussex County Library Adm 22215 Dupont Boulevard Georgetown DE 19947 15.1 miles from 19945 302-855-7890


Stephen J Betze Library Dtcc, De 18 Georgetown DE 19947 15.4 miles from 19945 302-856-9033

Eastern Shore Regional Library 122 South Division Street Salisbury MD 21801 22.5 miles from 19945 410-742-1537

Somerset County Library 11767 Beechwood Street Princess Anne MD 21853 32.6 miles from 19945 410-651-0852

Dorchester County Public Library Hurlock Branch 222 South Main Street Hurlock MD 21643 35.3 miles from 19945 410-228-7331

Wildwood Crest Library 6301 Ocean Avenue Wildwood NJ 08260 38.8 miles from 19945 609-522-0564

Chincoteague Island Library 4077 Main Street Chincoteague VA 23336 40.3 miles from 19945 757-336-3460

Caroline County Public Library 100 Market Street Denton MD 21629 41.9 miles from 19945 410-479-1343

Dorchester County Library 303 Gay Street Cambridge MD 21613 46.0 miles from 19945 410-228-7331

Milton Library 121 Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard North Dover DE 19901 47.8 miles from 19945 302-684-8856

Avalon Free Public Library 235 32nd Street Avalon NJ 08202 49.0 miles from 19945 609-967-7155

State Museums 866 North Dupont Highway Dover DE 19901 49.4 miles from 19945 302-734-1618

Talbot County Free Library 100 West Dover Street Easton MD 21601 49.5 miles from 19945 410-822-1626

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