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Tax Forms Available At Oswego Library

OSWEGO, NY – The Oswego Public Library now has available all tax forms, both Federal and State, for 2012.

It is also the opening of the Federal filing window with millions already sending
in their returns as of 2 p.m. Wednesday.

Forms are on the first shelves inside the addition with Federal first and then State on the opposite side of the stack.

The home of Judge Samuel B. Ludlow, which was St. Francis Home, an orphanage, when the photo was taken around 1904. Later it was used as part of Bishop Cunningham High School.
The home of Judge Samuel B. Ludlow, which was St. Francis Home, an orphanage, when the photo was taken around 1904. Later it was used as part of Bishop Cunningham High School. Part of the library’s current display

We expect to receive our last shipment, instructions for Federal 1040 and 1040A forms, early in February.

The Oswego Public Library is open Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m.

Our number is 341-5867 or you can reach us at [email protected]

Stop by our Facebook page at facebook.com/oswegopl to share your favorite author with us or visit our website at oswegopubliclibrary.org to see our activities and events along with a peak at our current art exhibit, Display of Prints from 110-year-old Glass Plate Negatives.

a collage of images
a collage of images

Glass plate negatives sitting in the Oswego Public Library Local History collection for decades have been digitized and printed through a Northern New York Library Network grant.

More than a score of prints featuring local Oswego buildings and scenes are now on display in the Lower Level Art Gallery downstairs (or L2 in the elevator) in the addition.

Enjoy scenes of the harbor, City Hall when it was brand new, and the original location of the YMCA.