The C.C. Morris Library is a unique source of information about the history of cricket and the individuals who played the sport. The library currently provides a wide range of materials to the serious researcher and friends of the sport. Every contribution allows us to expand our mission.
Recent (and ongoing) activities by the library members include demonstrating cricket at local school systems, setting up a loaner program for our Quick Cricket set to regional athletic departments, sponsoring a cricket match at Valley Forge National Park, setting up a national database of cricket clubs, and establishing the Comfort Award for the person whose activity on and off the field most exemplify the cricketing tradition.
Financial donations are tax deductible in the USA.
We have received donations from many cricketers and their families, including original team scorebooks, pictures, blazers, ties, etc. The library is always interested in new material, from a single item to a large collection. As a non-profit, charitable organization, donations may be tax deductible up to the full current value of the item(s) being donated for US taxpayers.