The Kensington Branch Library serves the residents in the Kensington, West Kensington, and Norris Square neighborhoods of Philadelphia. The library, which originated as the Frankford Avenue Branch in 1894, is associated with the Free Library of Philadelphia, which maintains 2.8 million volumes and circulates roughly 7.5 million items in a fiscal year. Kensington Branch provides a meeting room, public computers, WiFi, printing and copying devices, book drop services, and programs such as English Conversation Groups, Gaming, and Teen Clubs.

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Physical Address:
104 West Dauphin Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19133-3701


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