Anniversary meeting of the Fayetteville Library Society on July 23 in the State House in Fayetteville.
Fayetteville Library Society incorporated by the North Carolina General Assembly. Appears to be the first incorporated library society in North Carolina.
Establishment of the Fayetteville Library Company by the General Assembly of North Carolina on December 24.
Fayetteville Library Institute chartered.
Woman’s Civic Association organized and sponsored a subscription library.
Subscription library placed in the upstairs of the Market House.
Free public library established January 18 for Fayetteville citizens.
Free public library was extended to all residents of Cumberland County on December 18.
First library bookmobile begun under WPA.
“Negro Branch” of the library organized as the James Walker Hood Library with WPA funding.
Library moves out of Market House and Anderson Street Library opens in March.
Fire at Anderson Street Library in January destroys children’s collection. Library reopens in July.
Site for the new Headquarters Library purchased in March.