Whitehall Township Public Library3700 Mechanicsville Rd, Whitehall, PA 18052
We can do things better," was the pride-filled slogan of the residents of Whitehall Township, Lehigh County, back in November, 1962, when, led by their leaders, the Township government and the School Board, voted against a county-wide library system in a referendum. In little more than a year and a half of operation, the Township has accepted the library with great enthusiasm. Every month shows a increase in the number of card holders, to a total of 4,565 as of March 1, 1967. The book collection numbers 15,972 volumes. The record collection has 748 disks (609 titles). The conviction which was voiced little more than four years ago - "We can do things better"-has been translated from feeling to actuality. Township residents now exclaim with even greater pride, "Our library is the best.