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Eric Alexander Memorial Library

exterior of Alexander Library at Landmark SchoolThe Eric Alexander Memorial Library was established in 1995 by Stanford and Joan Alexander, of Houston, Texas, in honor of their son, a 1983 graduate of Landmark High School.

The library provides the school community with access to an ever-expanding print collection with thousands of reference and circulation materials, a DVD/video collection, periodicals, and more. A bank of wireless computers offers online research, as well as use of electronic databases are all available.

Use these links to access important library resources:

The Charles P. Harris Reading Room, the professional library for teachers and educational researchers, consists of both current and historically significant books and academic journals, with a focus on learning differences.

C.A.R.D. Catalog: The Carol Ann Roberts Dumond Catalog allows users to browse the collections in the Eric Alexander Memorial Library and the Charles P. Harris Reading Room.


Contact Librarian Amy Veling, 978-236-3254, for user name/password or general use questions.

Learn more about Charles P. Harris

Charley Harris, Landmark SchoolCharley Harris participated in initial discussions with Landmark's founder, Dr. Charles Drake about opening a school for students with dyslexia in the late 1960s. Shortly after its inception, Charley joined Landmark as its Assistant Headmaster. Charley's presence, expertise, and networking helped greatly smooth the path for the school's evolution, from its early years to the present. Administratively, professionally, and personally, Charley Harris has enriched Landmark in every role he has played.

Learn more about Carol Ann Roberts Dumond

Carol Ann Dumond joined the faculty as our Librarian in July 1987. For the next 22 years, she was the assiduous steward of the library, professionalizing its services, increasing and updating the volumes held in circulation, and encouraging students and faculty to utilize the library in their academic work. She was key in moving the library from its former cramped quarters into the new Eric Alexander Library. In this new space, she expanded and improved library and media services and made the library the central piece of the Alexander Academic Center. Our electronic card catalog C.A.R.D. (Carol Ann Roberts Dumond Database) is named in her honor. Carol Ann retired in June of 2009. Faculty miss her dulcet southern accent and her Jambalaya get-togethers.