A quiet yet dynamic place to study and to do research, the Flagler Memorial Library is named in honor of Harry Harkness Flagler, first president of the Board of Trustees (1932 – 1952) and an early and important benefactor of the school.
The Flagler Memorial Library has a collection of over 22,000 holdings, among which are several special collections including 1,400 reference works, approximately 80 magazine subscriptions, and more than 600 videos and DVDs. Millbrook students have access to materials in a variety of digital formats, from databases to collections of primary sources to electronic books. To further augment the collection, the library is able to practice inter-library loan, regionally and nationally, with the Dutchess County BOCES, the South Eastern New York Library Resources Council, the Mid-Hudson Library System, and the New York State Library.
Another phenomenal library resource for students lives in the Holbrook Art Center. There the David Holbrook Art Library houses a special reference collection of works on the arts.
Any questions related to the library or access to digital resources and databases can be directed to the Director of the Flagler Library Nicki Schermann, firstname.lastname@example.org or 845-677-8261 x140.