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Dunham Public Library's online catalog is now available to be searched on your iPhone, iPad, and iTouch devices.  Download the app from the iTunes store. For more information, read here.

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Dunham Public Library, in cooperation with other area libraries and the Mid York Library System, is offering a new service. You can receive an email when items are ready for pickup at the library and also receive a courtesy reminder email three days before items are due.

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Mid-York Library System

Dunham Public Library is part of the Mid-York Library System. There are 42 member libraries in Oneida, Madison, and Herkimer counties. Patrons can get a library card at any library in the system and that card may be used at any library in the three counties. Participation in this consortium enables Dunham Public Library and its patrons to borrow books, DVDs, music and more from all the other member libraries in the system. Our collaboration in this distinctive model for shared services provides the community with increased access to resources and an incredible return on investment. For more information on the Mid-York Library System please visit the Mid-York web page.

Mid-York Library System Bylaws

Map of Mid-York Library System Service Area

Map of Mid-York Library System Member Library Locations

Mid-York Library System Approved Budgets: 2012, 2011, 2010

Mid-York Library System 2010 Form 990 from the IRS: 2010, 2009

For libraries that have websites, click on a link below and it will take you to that library's site.

Barneveld Herkimer Oriskany Falls
Boonville Holland Patent Poland
Bridgeport Jordanville Prospect
Bridgewater Little Falls Remsen
Camden Middleville Rome
Canastota Mohawk Salisbury
Cazenovia Morrisville Sherrill
Chittenango Munnsville Utica
Clayville New Hartford Vernon
Clinton New Woodstock Waterville
DeRuyter New York Mills West Winfield
Dolgeville Newport Westernville
Earlville Old Forge Westmoreland
Frankfort Oneida Whitesboro
Hamilton Oriskany Woodgate