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even when we are closed!
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Weekly Resume & Computer Help
Drop-in Resume Help
Get expert help with resumes, cover letters and
job-search strategies most Tuesday mornings from
10am-12:30pm. Please call 508-532-5570 x4361 for details.
NEW Location while the Main Library is Closed: Town Hall, Nevins Conference Room (Room113)
For more job help:
Job Resources at the Framingham Public
Writing an Effective Resume
Helpful Job Searching Websites
For even more resources see our information guide
Finding a Great Job.
Drop-in Computer Help
(Will resume when the Main Library
& Wednesdays, 6:00-9:00pm
Drop-in to learn how to use
Overdrive, Zinio or Hoopla to download eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, music or movies.
Bring your ereader, tablet or smartphone with you. No device? No problem! We will use a computer.
NOTE: Until the Main Library re-opens, contact us to
make an appointment and we can help you at the Pop-Up Library
instead! Submit our
form or call 508-532-5570 x4361 and we will get back to you to set up a
convenient time for your one-on-one session.
Library Computers, Printing,
page for information about our computers, printers, scanner,
Wi-Fi, and more.
Framingham Local History
local history collection
is located in the reference department of the main library. This
collection has noncirculating materials in various formats, which
contribute to a history of Framingham and its residents, past and
present. Catalogued materials are listed in the online catalog by
author, title, and subject. The reference staff is available to assist
in the use of these materials during regular service hours.
our local history guides for details
about this collection.
Framingham Oral History
Genealogy: A Pathfinder
The Reference department proudly announces two new additions to our
local history collection! We have gathered a collection of more than
80 postcards depicting Framingham in an era before telephones were
commonly used. If you would like to add to this collection, we would
be happy to be the recipient of your old post cards. Please come
take a look at the Framingham Public Library Postcard Collection
(Framrm Locked Case 383.122).
We have also created a collection of many historic photographs
depicting aspects of life in Framingham. The photos are stored in
boxes each with subject indexes. Our long-term plan is to digitize
all of these materials and make them available on the library
website, but for now please visit the library and enjoy these unique
View a small
sampling of the historic photographs here.
have been Digitized
Thanks to Boston Public Library, our
Framingham High School yearbooks have been digitized and are available for
viewing and downloading on the Internet
There are 84 Framingham High yearbooks in total, spanning from 1931-2012. (Both North and South High schools are included for the years when there were two high schools.)