Introduction To The Library
The Charles S. Low Memorial Library is one of the largest private libraries in the country, dedicated to preserving Scottish history, customs, music, literature, and promoting genealogical studies. It contains over 1,900 books (some dating back to the early 1800s), audio and visual material, our Society Archives, and is the home of the Scottish Genealogical Collection. The Library also sponsors Scottish lectures and presentations.
The Library’s mission is to support the Society’s goals by collecting, preserving, and making available material and presentations that encourage the love of Scotland through its history, customs, music, and literature in a Setting worthy of its members.
Goals to implement the mission statement:
- Conservation of Material
- Safe Guarding of Material
- Securing for Future Generations
The Library is located within the Kilgour Scottish Centre, Home of the St. Andrew’s Society of Detroit.
2363 Rochester Road, Troy, MI 48083-1951 Phone: 248-526-1849
The 3rd Saturday of every month from 10:30 am to 3:30 pm
The 2nd and 4th Thursdays every month, 10:30 am to 3:30 pm
Also, by appointment. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web Page: https://detroitscots.com/library/
Julie Bartoy, Ann Brown, Maryann Clark, Marge Cowan, Sharon Cross, Faith Frederick, Nan Fromm, Irene Hall, Mary Grahame Hunter, Stuart Kennedy, Maureen Lipovsky, Teri Mago, Cathy McCullough Les, Nancy Waters, and Dennis Clements (Chair).
Honorary Members: Dick Fromm. Contributors: Linda Davenport.