Cape Cod Reference
Local history is alive at the Hyannis Public Library with information about the many families that built our community. We have books, magazines, and newspapers as well as vertical file clippings regarding the names and places that have made our village and town their home.
We also feature talks by local historians throughout the year so make sure you follow us on Facebook and Twitter to get the latest schedule!
The Dorothy P. Donalson Library Collection of African-American and Women's Studies
This special collection was dedicated in 2003 after a year of careful preparation and collection development. The funds for this impressive collection were donated by the family and friends of Dorothy Donalson to honor her forty years of service to the Town of Barnstable.
Mrs. Donalson’s record of volunteering and giving to the community was acknowledged with a presentation of public commendations and proclamations, and the Trustees and staff are pleased that the Hyannis Public Library is the permanent home of these unique cultural, historical, and literary research materials.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy Reference Collection
The special collections devoted to President John F. Kennedy have moved next door to the JFK Museum!
All current forms at IRS.gov
Federal and State contact information and directions:
Department of Revenue
60 Perseverance Way
Hyannis, MA 02601
Internal Revenue Office
75 Perseverance Way
Hyannis, MA 02601
- Town of Barnstable Website
- Town of Barnstable Codes
- Barnstable Registry of Deeds
- Barnstable Public Schools
- Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce
- John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum
- Hyannis Main Street
- Hyannis Chamber of Commerce
- Arts Foundation of Cape Cod
- Hyannis Youth and Community Center
- Cape Cod Flyer Train Service
- Hyline Cruises
- Cape Cod Reginal Transit Authority
- Official Website of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
- Massachusetts Department of Revenue
- Massachusetts Health Connector
- Massachusetts Department of Children and Families
- Massachusetts Scholarships
- Online Colleges in Massachusetts
- WorkForce Central Career Center
- Business Degree Guide and College Resource
- Massachusetts Trial Court Law Libraries
- Massachusetts State Archives
Contact the Reference Department
The Reference Department may be reached by telephone at 508-775-2280 or electronically using the form below: