Indiana Library Passport 2023

Expiration: 2 years after purchase

With 236 library districts - and more than 400 individual library buildings - Indiana provides all Hoosiers with a path to knowledge. From outdoor library gardens to gem collections to the Rolland Center for Lincoln Research, Indiana libraries showcase many unique learning opportunities. This passport features 160 main libraries and branches to explore. With over 100 Carnegie libraries, Indiana has more than any other state. When participants check in to these libraries, they will be entered into a quarterly drawing for the chance to win a prize package, including, but not limited to, tickets to historical tours, sites, museums and theaters; architecture books; gift cards from local and national merchants; and confections. Beginning in 2023, participants will also have the opportunity to trade in earned check-in points for a limited edition Indiana Library Passport mug. This program is 100% free, however a gate fee will apply in order to visit the library at the Museum of 20th Century Warfare in Fort Harrison State Park in Marion County. All prizes are while supplies last.

This passport is valid for 24 months after sign up or until the Indiana State Library terminates the passport.


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Adams Public Library System - Decatur Branch
The Adams Public Library System serves all people of the Decatur and Geneva communities by acquiring, organizing, and providing access and guidance to a wide variety of information and materials to help fulfill the intellectual, educational, social, and recreational needs of this community in an atmosphere that is welcoming, respectful, and businesslike.
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Adams Public Library System - Geneva Branch
The Adams Public Library System serves all people of the Decatur and Geneva communities by acquiring, organizing, and providing access and guidance to a wide variety of information and materials to help fulfill the intellectual, educational, social, and recreational needs of this community in an atmosphere that is welcoming, respectful, and businesslike.
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Akron Carnegie Public Library
The Akron Carnegie Public Library proudly serves the residents of Henry Township, as well as the Town of Akron, and strives to provide the highest quality service to its community. While preserving the integrity of the original Carnegie design, this library was expanded and renovated in 2004 to better meet the needs of the community. The Library celebrated its 100th birthday in 2015 and is a part of the Akron Historic District, to be included in the National Register of Historic Places in 2023. “The Librarian” sculpture graces the south entrance, nestled in a lovely butterfly garden.
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Alexandria-Monroe Public Library
We are a public library that has been around since the late 1800s. We are currently housed in our original Carnegie building.
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Alexandrian Public Library
Cultivating Wonder, Learning and Community! The Alexandrian Public Library serves the residents of Mount Vernon, Indiana as well as Black, Lynn, Marrs and Point townships. Founded by Matilda Greathouse Alexander, the library has been in existence since 1895.
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Allen County Public Library
For over 125 years, the Allen County Public Library has been enriching the community through lifelong learning and discovery, which has been visibly evident in its expansive collection, various resources, engaging programs and more.
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Anderson Public Library

Anderson Public Library (APL) has been improving the quality of life for the communities of Anderson and Lapel for more than 100 years. Our Mission: Anderson Public Library informs, connects, engages, and empowers. Our Vision: Anderson Public Library is a thriving, diverse, trusted, organization at the center of our community.

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Andrews-Dallas Township Public Library
The Andrews Library is an historic building with modern services and small town friendliness. We offer free WiFi, printing from mobile devices, computer usage, copy/print/fax services, print and digital books and audio, as well as a variety of programs and activities. Check facebook.com/AndrewsLibrary for our latest events.
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Argos Public Library
Argos Public Library is located in north central IN and serves a population of 3850. The library was established in 1936 as a town library but now also includes the townships of Green and Walnut. We are located in beautiful historic buildings that originally served as the Schoonover buildings and were donated to the library in 2003. After extensive remodeling, the buildings provide an inviting location to enjoy our many services.
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Attica Public Library
The purposes of the Attica Public Library are: to promote, develop, and maintain public library services in such a manner as to meet the needs and expectations of patrons who reside in the Attica Public Library district and of others who are entitled to use these services, and to cooperate with other governmental agencies within the library district, such as public school libraries, to provide library services.
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Aurora Public Library District
This is the main branch of the Aurora Public Library District. This library was constructed in 1914 and though it looks like a Carnegie Library, it was funded with a private donation from the Sutton Family. Much of the original classic design remains, even through numerous additions over the years. It offers books, electronic resources, Large Print, a large Teen area with gaming, current events, computers, wifi, and copier access.
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Bartholomew County Public Library
The Bartholomew County Public Library is the community crossroads- connecting people, ideas, information, and experiences to empower everyone on their journey of lifelong learning.
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Batesville Memorial Public Library
Our dynamic library serves the residents of Batesville Indiana. Batesville is situated on two county lines, Franklin and Ripley, in southeastern Indiana. Our district includes Ray township in Franklin County, Laughery township and parts of Adams township in Ripley County. We have served the community since 1938.
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Bedford Public Library
Since 1898, Bedford Public Library has served the community of Bedford and northern Lawrence County, IN. We are located in our original 1902 Carnegie Library building. Our mission is to bring people, information, and ideas together to enrich lives and build community. We hope you’ll take advantage of the many services, resources, and experiences your library has to offer.
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Berne Public Library
The Berne Public Library seeks to serve the educational, informational, and entertainment needs for its patron base. Accordingly, the library endeavors to maintain a collection of materials covering a wide range of topics, view points, formats, and age and reading levels.
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Bloomfield-Eastern Greene Public Library - Bloomfield Branch
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Bloomfield-Eastern Greene Public Library - Eastern Branch
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Boswell-Grant Township Public Library
An awesome library in a small town in Benton County Indiana.
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Bremen Public Library
Libraries are places that level the playing field. We seek to represent all people in our collections, events, and services. We are committed to ensuring that the diversity of our entire community is reflected. We care
about each other, our patrons, and the work we do.
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Bristol Public Library
We are a great place to visit! We have a small park, WiFi, programs for young and old alike, a bird feeding station, a Library of Things, public computers, and our famous library cat, Page Turner!
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Brown County Public Library
Public library with over 65,000 items for check out and a vast collection of public art to view. We are powered by the sun!
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Brownsburg Public Library
We are a public library located in Brownsburg, Indiana. Our building features a library shop open year-round, lots of study space open to all, an outdoor solar work station, a story walk located at the lower level at Arbuckle Acres, and a soon-to-be installed story walk right behind our library. Come visit and say hello!
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Crawfordsville District Public Library
Crawfordsville District Public Library (CDPL) is a public library that serves Crawfordsville and Union Township, Montgomery County, IN. CDPL provides typical library services, including books and other items to check out, programs, public computers, wifi printing, and more! Be sure to check out our museum across the street, the Carnegie Museum of Montgomery County.
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Crown Point Community Library
The Crown Point Community Library provides a community center for information and discovery through innovative programming, diverse collections, and responsive services in a safe and comfortable environment. The Library is a gathering place to read, discover, and connect.
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Crown Point Community Library - Winfield Branch
The Crown Point Community Library provides a community center for information and discovery through innovative programming, diverse collections, and responsive services in a safe and comfortable environment. The Library is a gathering place to read, discover, and connect.
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Delphi Public Library
The Delphi Public Library is a beautiful 1905 Carnegie building with many original features still in place, including the circulation desk. The building is dotted with works by award-winning local artists. It's not just a beautiful building, the friendly and welcoming staff make this library the heart of the community.
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Dillsboro Public Library
This is a branch of the Aurora Public Library District. We offer books, electronic resources, computers, programs, and classes. We also host the Dillsboro Local History Room which hosts many artifacts from the town and local school.
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Eckhart Public Library
Eckhart Public Library connects our community with literacy and learning for a lifetime.
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Evansville Vandberburgh Public Library
The Evansville Vanderburgh Public Library has served our community for more than a century. With eight locations throughout Vanderburgh County, immediate access to hundreds of thousands of digital resources, and a dedicated team of library professionals, EVPL strives to create opportunities for you to discover, explore, and connect with your library. For more information, visit evpl.org.
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Flora Monroe Township Public Library
The Flora-Monroe Twp. Public Library provides services to patrons in response to their demonstrated needs and requests, whether educational, informational, technological, or recreational. The library is an original Carnegie building and was built in 1918. We have a variety of art on display by local artists. The library participates in efforts to improve the county for all residents and works with local school administrators as partners in education. The library upholds the principle of intellectual freedom and the public’s right to know.
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Floyd County Library - Carnegie Center for Art & History Branch
The Carnegie Center for Art and History, a branch of the Floyd County Public Library, serves as a cultural resource for the education and enjoyment of the citizens of Floyd County and the surrounding metro area. To fulfill that mission we collect, preserve, and interpret the history and heritage of Floyd County; promote an appreciation of and participation in the visual arts; and preserve the historic Carnegie Library building in which the museum is housed.
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Fort Branch-Johnson Township Public Library
The Fort Branch Public Library was established in 1917 and is a Carnegie Library. It is currently going under a large renovation project to be more accessible and help sustain a growing community.
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Fort Branch-Johnson Township Public Library - Haubstadt Public Library Branch
The Haubstadt Public Library is a branch library of the Fort Branch -Johnson Township Public Library and is located in Haubstadt, Indiana - a historically German town.
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Frankfort Community Public Library
The Frankfort Community Public Library and the Clinton County Contractual Public Libraries serve 12 of the 14 townships in Clinton County. With four locations (Frankfort, Rossville, Mulberry, and Michigantown) as well as a number of outreach services, the library strives to meet the educational and informational needs of our approximately 30,000 patrons. With a Coffee Bar, an Art Gallery, and a Theater, today’s library reflects the pulse of our community.
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Frankfort Community Public Library - Michigan Road Branch
For many decades the Library was located in Michigantown and called the Michigantown Library. In 2008, a new building with barn-like interior design was built just south of the town and renamed the Michigan Road Library. The Michigan Road Library is home to a Leo Stock replica scale model of a round barn located in the Delphi area.
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Frankfort Community Public Library - Mulberry Branch
The Mulberry Library opened their doors in 2000 at their current location of 615 E. Jackson St. Artist Kim Van Arsdell designed all of the stained glass for the upper windows of the library. In 2013, in partnership with Clinton County Soil and Water, a demonstration rain garden was planted behind the library. Inside the library a variety of interesting items can be found including: Maori Masks, a variety of wooden toys, a WWII tool box and a wall hanging called “Invention of the Written Word.”
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Frankfort Community Public Library - Rossville Branch
The Rossville Library is the largest of Frankfort's three branch libraries. The Library originally started in May 1982 as an independent library staffed completely by volunteers and donated books. In December 1984, it joined the Michigantown and Mulberry Libraries as a part of the Clinton County Contractual Library. The current Library building opened in 1997 at 400 West Main St. Most of the wooden tables and chairs in the building are refurbished oak from the original Frankfort Carnegie building of the early 1900’s.
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Franklin County Public Library - Brookville Branch
The Brookville Public Library is part of the Franklin County Public Library District. The library offers meeting rooms, study rooms, 24/7 wireless internet, printing, faxing, and programming for all ages in addition to traditional print resources. Our Local History and Genealogy Department houses an important collection of local and regional materials. If traveling from a distance to do research, please call ahead to make an appointment.
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Fulton County Public Library - Aubbee Branch
The Fulton County Public Library serves six of the eight townships in Fulton County: Aubbeenaubbee, Liberty, Newcastle, Richland, Rochester, and Wayne. The Aubbee Branch is in Leiters Ford and was established in 1970. It has been at its current location since 2009. FCPL’s mission is to branch into the community to inspire lifelong learning and enriching experiences.
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Fulton County Public Library - Fulton Branch
The Fulton County Public Library serves six of the eight townships in Fulton County: Aubbeenaubbee, Liberty, Newcastle, Richland, Rochester, and Wayne. The Fulton Branch can be found in the town of Fulton and was established in 1921. It has been at its current location since 2001. FCPL’s mission is to branch into the community to inspire lifelong learning and enriching experiences.
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Fulton County Public Library - Rochester Branch
The Fulton County Public Library serves six of the eight townships in Fulton County: Aubbeenaubbee, Liberty, Newcastle, Richland, Rochester, and Wayne. The Main Branch is located in Rochester and was established in 1904. It has been at its current location since 1984. FCPL’s mission is to branch into the community to inspire lifelong learning and enriching experiences.
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Gas City-Mill Township Public Library
The Gas City-Mill Township Public Library is dedicated to serving the residents of Gas City and Mill Township by maintaining and improving our library to meet the changing needs of our community.
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Greensburg - Decatur County Public Library
The Greensburg-Decatur County Public Library is committed to serving the public by providing for the lifelong informational, educational, recreational, and cultural needs of the community.
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Greentown Public Library
We are the only public/school combination library in the state.
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Greenwood Public Library
Founded in 1917, the Greenwood Public Library is located in the heart of Old Town Greenwood, on the southside of Indianapolis. In addition to an impressive collection of books, DVDs, audiobooks, board games, and kits, the library also features a lively kids department with play area, an active teen space, as well as The Studio, GPL's makerspace and A.V. studio.
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Hagerstown Jefferson Township Library
Public Library - we provide materials and programs to inform, educate and entertain our patrons. We have books, music, audio books, computers, a Library of Things with items from ladders, to sewing machines to corn hole boards. We also offer access to electronic resources, as well as hot spots.
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Hamilton East Public Library - Fishers
IDEAS LIVE HERE.

The Hamilton East Public Library is here to serve our community. We believe that a public library should be:

- a dynamic contributor to the Fishers/Noblesville community.

- a liaison between its members and the world’s knowledge.

- a variety of evolving technology platforms capable of delivering IDEAS onsite, online, and on demand.

- a team passionate about preserving the integrity of knowledge.



We want our community to feel connected and informed, and our friendly staff will be able to support you in whatever information you may be pursuing. We are ready to help you unlock a world of ideas.
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Hanover Jefferson County Public Library
The Jefferson County Public Library - Hanover Branch has been serving the public since 2010. Located about 10 minutes from the Main Branch and very close to Hanover College, the Hanover Branch is in what used to be a bank. Stop by and see us; our staff would love to meet you!
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Harrison County Public Library
The Harrison County Public Library is a multi-branch library system with the Main location being located at 105 N. Capitol Ave., Corydon, Indiana. The Corydon location boasts more than 112,000 circulating items for all ages, public computers, wi-fi, fax, copy and printing services. Educational and entertaining programming is offered for babies, toddlers, youth, teens, adults and seniors. The collection includes print and digital resources, DVDs, hot spots, toys, cake and baking pans, adventure backpacks, special Olympic backpacks and recently added jigsaw puzzles.
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Harrison County Public Library - Elizabeth Branch
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Harrison County Public Library - Frederick Porter Griffin Center for Local History and Genealogy
The Frederick Porter Griffin Center (FPGC) for Local History and Genealogy is a special department within the Harrison County Public Library system, housed in the county’s original Carnegie Library building–directly behind the Corydon branch of HCPL. The primary emphases are on Genealogy and the History of Harrison County.
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Harrison County Public Library - Lanesville Branch
The Lanesville Branch of the Harrison County Public Library is a full-service location featuring materials for all ages, a meeting room, wi-fi, public computers, a fax machine and public copier, plus newly added makerspace elements.
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Harrison County Public Library - Palmyra Branch
We are a full-service library with over 26,000 volumes offering programming and activities for all ages, online databases, downloadable eBooks and eAudios, Wi-Fi access, public computers, fax/copy service, and a public meeting room.
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Hartford City Public Library
Public library established in 1903 through a Carnegie Foundation grant.
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Henry Henley Public Library
Henry Henley Public Library was built by the Quakers in 1901 and is not a Carnegie library.
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Huntington City-Township Public Library
The Huntington City-Township Public Library serves the city and Township of Huntington, as well as the town of Markle, with a vast and varied collection of books, movies, music, video games, ebooks, and more that are free to borrow. We also provide educational and social experiences for all ages, from storytime to adult craft workshops, to tutoring and test prep - and everything in-between. Students and faculty in HCCSC qualify for a free card with us, no matter where you live - contact us to learn more.
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Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Public Library
At the Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Public Library, our mission is service. We are a link to information as well as a vehicle for continued learning. With resources on our shelves and online, we strive to connect our community to new ideas and the information they seek. We develop services and resources to inspire curiosity, advance education, and cultivate a love of reading.
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Indiana State Library
Located in downtown Indianapolis, the Indiana State Library is the largest public library in the state. Established in 1825, the library houses a large collection of books, genealogy research materials and rare documents and manuscripts. The current building, opened in 1934, features the Great Hall, the Indiana Young Readers Center, the Statehouse Education Center and more!
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Indianapolis Public Library - Central Library
The Indianapolis Public Library enriches everyone and strengthens communities by inspiring lifelong learning.
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Indianapolis Public Library - Garfield Park Branch
What was known as the Shelby Branch began in 1918 when the library was housed in old School No. 34. A new branch was constructed in 1965 at the current Shelby Street location. Following a major renovation, the branch reopened in 2011 as the Garfield Park Branch, reflecting the desire of residents to refer to the branch by their beloved and adjacent Garfield Park.
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Irwin Library at Butler University
Irwin Library, the main library on the Butler University campus, opened for service on Sept. 9, 1963. The building was designed by world-famous architect Minoru Yamasaki in a unique blending of Middle Eastern, Classical Greek, Italian Gothic, and Japanese influences. Slender columns of pre-cast concrete, an expanse of arched windows, an atrium open to all three stories set off by cylindrical chandeliers and a skylight above, and a fountain and pool on the main level create a unique study environment.
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Jackson County Public Library
Public library serving most of Jackson County with locations in Seymour, Crothersville, and Medora, and a Bookmobile. Special features of the 1905 Carnegie library with 1950s, 1992, and 2005 additions include a drive thru service window, Seed Library, H. Vance Swope Art Gallery, and Discovery Stations for children.
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Jasper County Public Library - DeMotte
Jasper County Public Library is located in northwest Indiana halfway between Indianapolis and Chicago just off of I-65. With three library locations we serve all of Jasper County except for Carpenter Township. Our DeMotte Library features a story walk that is under construction in 2022.
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Jasper County Public Library - Rensselaer HQ
Jasper County Public Library is located in northwest Indiana halfway between Indianapolis and Chicago just off of I-65. With three library locations we serve all of Jasper County except for Carpenter Township. Our main library in Rensselaer is home to the Civil War General Robert H. Milroy Collection. Gen. Milroy's personal effects, uniform, and gear from the war are displayed.
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Jasper County Public Library - Wheatfield
Jasper County Public Library is located in northwest Indiana halfway between Indianapolis and Chicago just off of I-65. With three library locations we serve all of Jasper County except for Carpenter Township. Our Wheatfield Library has a lovely wetland area complete with native plantings. This library also features a permanent display of Native American arrowheads.
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Jasper–Dubois County Public Library
The Jasper Public Library opened a new, 62,000 square foot complex in January of 2021. It is housed along with the Jasper Community Arts within the Thyen-Clark Cultural Center in Jasper, Indiana, on the site of the former Hoosier Desk Factory. The design of the building is meant to capture the area’s heritage, combining industry with nature, and includes a mix of wood features, exposed ceilings, and elements from the original building. Local manufacturers outfitted the space with customed-designed furniture and cabinetry.
The library features a reading lounge, adult, teen, and children’s program rooms and collection spaces, a mix of small and large study rooms, four community rooms, and a makerspace where individuals can work on projects as well as share ideas. On the second level, there is a large outdoor mezzanine along with the library’s genealogy and local history collections. A two-story atrium serves as a shared space for the Library and the Jasper Community Arts, whose portion of the building which houses three separate art galleries, a black box theater, and workshops for pottery and painting studios.
The outside of the Thyen-Clark Culture Center features a permanent story walk that wraps around the outside of the building as well as two crosswalk murals by local author, Jason Martin, and bronze, literary-themed statue by sculptor, Phillip Payne, of New Mexico. The Jasper River Walk, City Mill, Train Depot, City Square, as well as the historic Schaefer Barn and Alexander School House are within walking distance of the new building.
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Jefferson County Public Library
The Jefferson County Public Library has been serving the public since 1818. Located near the Ohio River, both branches are in buildings that once served other purposes. The Main Branch was a house, and the Hanover Branch was a bank. Stop by and see us; our staff would love to meet you!
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Johnson County Public Library - Clark Pleasant Branch
The mission of the Johnson County Public Library is to strengthen our community by connecting people, resources, and experiences. We provide opportunities for our residents to read, create, and discover together.
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Johnson County Public Library - Franklin Branch
The mission of the Johnson County Public Library is to strengthen our community by connecting people, resources, and experiences. We provide opportunities for our residents to read, create, and discover together.
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Johnson County Public Library - Trafalgar Branch
The mission of the Johnson County Public Library is to strengthen our community by connecting people, resources, and experiences. We provide opportunities for our residents to read, create, and discover together.
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Johnson County Public Library - White River Branch
The mission of the Johnson County Public Library is to strengthen our community by connecting people, resources, and experiences. We provide opportunities for our residents to read, create, and discover together.
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Kendallville Public Library
The Kendallville Public Library and it's Limberlost Branch provide more than your typical library. We have cooking supplies, tools, yard games, LEGOs and more available to checkout for FREE! Our Kendallville Library is located in beautiful Bixler Lake park overlooking the lake. Our Limberlost Branch is right by Sylvan Lake.
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Kewanna Union Township Public Library
Kewanna Union Township Public Library is a Carnegie Library built in 1914 and modernized in 2011. It is the center of community life, offering opportunities for people to learn, grow, and succeed.
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Kirklin Public Library
The Kirklin Public Library provides the residents of Kirklin and Kirklin Township with materials and programs for their educational, informational, and recreational needs. The library also provides access to electronic resources, on-line services, and Inter-library loan services to other libraries in the United States. Materials and services are available to all members of the community on a suitable basis.
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Knightstown Public Library
The Knightstown Public Library was established in 1912 and was paid for by a $10,000.00 grant from philanthropist and library planter Andrew Carnegie. In the maintaining of the library, directors have worked to keep the style and character of the original building design intact. It is one of the few Carnegie Library buildings that has been used continually as a library since its founding. The collection contains around 15,000 items and includes a strong Indiana history collection as well as a local genealogy collection. The Library is a member of the Evergreen Indiana Library Consortium.
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Knox County Public Library
Vincennes citizens and public officials began their quest for a Carnegie Library in 1901 and met with success in 1910 when the city was offered a grant of $30,000. At that time the school board (which had auspices over the library) had no lot for the structure, so the money was not received. The offer was increased to $35,000 in 1916 (accounting for an increase in population). The following year the city purchased the lot at 7th and Seminary Streets for $12,000 and awarded the general contract for construction to T. Frank Willis. The library, designed by local architect John B. Bayard, is in the Collegiate Gothic style. The building was dedicated on April 15, 1919. The Vincennes Public Library and Knox County Contractual Library merged in 1978 to create the Knox County Public Library.
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Kokomo-Howard County Public Library Main
Our downtown library is warm and inviting with a floating wooden staircase. With dedicated areas by age including children and adults, and a dedicated space for genealogy and local history, it offers our deepest collections and frequently hosts opportunities to learn or socialize in group settings. Click on the events tab at khcpl.org to check out our upcoming activities. Whether shopping, dining, or working out, combine your trip downtown with a library visit. Note that Sunday hours begin after Labor Day and end just before Memorial Day.
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Kokomo-Howard County Public Library Russiaville
When you visit KHCPL Russiaville you’ll find a cozy branch library with a range of materials, public computers, and comfy seating scattered throughout an open room. Your preschool or primary grade child will enjoy our Nature Explore Outdoor Classroom just across the parking lot. Check our event calendar to find fun activities to enjoy. Please note that Sunday hours begin after Labor Day and end just before Memorial Day.
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Kokomo-Howard County Public Library South Branch
KHCPL South offers traditional library services, including events and programs for all ages. It is a branch location housed in a Prairie Style building and the grounds inclulde a Butterfly Garden which is a certified Monarch Waystation. Note that Sunday hours begin after Labor Day and end the Sunday before Memorial Day each year.
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La Porte County Public Library
La Porte County Public Library is the center of community life with a focus on reading, lifelong learning and public involvement. The Library exceeds our community’s needs and expectations through innovative services and partnerships. We are known for exceptional customer service. Our locations, both physical and virtual, are centers of excellence, serving as gathering places, and providing high quality materials. We recognize the diversity of our community, and create an accessible, friendly environment for all. We support initiatives and efforts that positively impact the quality of life for all people in La Porte County.
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Lake County Public Library - Cedar Lake Branch
The Cedar Lake Branch of Lake County Public Library is known for its spacious, beautiful building, which opened to the public in May of 2006. At 20,000 square feet, this new building is the third largest branch in the library system and is located just to the east of the high school from the Hanover School Corporation on West 133rd Ave. We have three private small group rooms and a public meeting room that can accommodate up to 100 people. Every month we hold many preschool, toddler, infant, family and adult classes and events. From computer classes, to arts and crafts, to game night, we've got something for everyone, no matter your age!
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Lake County Public Library - Dyer-Schererville Branch
The Dyer-Schererville Branch is located in Schererville on the south side of US 30 (Lincoln Highway), just west of US 41 (Indianapolis Boulevard) at Fountain Park Drive. The branch features a warm and inviting atmosphere with wood furnishings, subtle colors, brick accents, and friendly staff. Along with a large collection of books, audio, and DVDs for all ages, eighteen internet stations and free WiFi are provided. Educational and entertaining events occur monthly. Visit Check Out to apply for a library card and stop by Information for help with locating materials, using a computer, or finding a good book to read.
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Lake County Public Library - Griffith-Calumet Township Branch
The Griffith-Calumet Township Branch is a warm, beautiful and spacious library that welcomes everyone. Our staff offers assistance and resources that will enable you to reach your goals—large or small. Streaming, electronic and print materials, instruction, classes and events are available for your enjoyment, education and information. Our public computers offer everything including the internet, major databases, job & career resources, and much more. Use our quiet small group room for extra solitude or settle into a window seat for some cozy reading. WiFi is available. We're happy to help and welcome your visit!
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Lake County Public Library - Highland Branch
The Highland Branch Library has long played an important role in downtown Highland. From its beginnings in rented storefronts to the Highland Memorial Library built in 1946 to its present location on Jewett and 4th Street, it has been an integral part of the community. The exterior of the library looks nearly as it did when it was first built in 1966. Although it is one of the oldest buildings in the library system, it's newly remodeled interior makes it one of the newest. The library still houses over 65,000 items, but now also features a large meeting room and children's program room, a small group room, and WiFi, along with many public Internet computers. These features, along with the library's bright and inviting atmosphere and convenient location, make the Highland Branch Library a destination for the community and surrounding areas.
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Lake County Public Library - Hobart Branch
The Hobart Branch is conveniently located at 100 N. Main Street in downtown Hobart. The current building was built in 1967 and an addition was added in 1979 and then remodeled in 2007. The Hobart Branch is known for its unique architecture and fabulous views of Lake George. The interior areas have slight floor elevation differences which help provide a cozy atmosphere.

The Hobart Branch has many amenities for the community. The library has a private small group room, and a public meeting room that can accommodate up to 100 people. Every month we hold many preschool, toddler, infant, and family and adult classes and events. From computer classes, to arts and crafts, to teen gaming, we've got something for everyone, no matter your age!
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Lake County Public Library - Lake Station-New Chicago Branch
The Lake Station-New Chicago Branch library is located right next to City Hall on Central Avenue in Lake Station. Built in 2007, the branch offers twelve Internet computers, WiFi, a quiet small group room, three cozy window seats to curl up and read in, copy/scan/faxing, as well as thousands of books, audiobooks, magazines, movies, and music selections for your borrowing enjoyment. Beginning computer users can schedule a one-to-one computer class with our librarians covering a variety of topics. Entertaining and educational programs are available for library users of all ages. All are welcome at this small town library.
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Lake County Public Library - Merrillville Branch
The Merrillville branch library encompasses over 114,000 sq ft of electronic and print resources, and visual and musical collections. The library offers free WIFI, public internet computers, rooms for quiet study or small groups, and public meeting rooms. Our vast collections of Lake County history and genealogy sources make the Merrillville branch a popular destination for research by visitors from all around the country.

Merrillville branch has three fantastic floors of informational and recreational materials. The main floor contains our popular collection of new books, large-print material, magazines and newspapers, teen materials, anime, and an enormous selection of music and DVDs. Our Genealogy Room has numerous resources including microfilm of local newspapers, obituary indexes, and many other historical resources. Our Book Sale room, open during select hours Monday-Saturday, is full of unique finds.

The Upper Level includes tables for quiet study, a tremendous reference collection, our “Indiana Room” for specialized Hoosier historical research, and our locally known statue “The Reader” by artist Hermann Gurfinkel.

The entire lower level houses our bright and airy Children's Department where children will find fun games, books, music and magazines to fulfill their reading pleasure as well as attend engaging kids’ programs. This is also where our public meeting rooms are located, where our library events and programs are held.
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Lake County Public Library - Munster Branch
The Munster Branch is a convenient, vibrant community center and educational hot spot for residents in the Lake County Public Library District and surrounding areas. Our goal is to be an inviting place where the community looks forward to visiting and using the library's services with their friends and family.

Our library contains library materials for adults, teens and children along with ample seating, a meeting room, program room, WiFi access, public computers and small group rooms. We also provide a variety of programs for people of all ages in-house and at Munster schools. We take pride in our community by featuring and co-hosting programs with local non-profit organizations.

Come visit us soon and let us know how we can be part of your life!
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Lake County Public Library - St. John Branch
The St. John Branch is conveniently located on US 41 (Wicker Avenue). Our beautiful building features a public meeting room and a private small group room. We offer events for all ages, from birth through adults, including early literacy programs, crafts, Makerspace classes, computer classes, movies, and much more! We also have a broad collection of print materials, internet computers, and free WiFi, as well as the ability to download and stream materials electronically. Our friendly staff is ready to help you enjoy your visit to our branch!
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Lebanon Public Library
The Lebanon Public Library serves the library needs of Lebanon, Indiana. In the same location since 1905 (though with two building expansions), the library is a cornerstone of the community. Its general circulating, children's, and teen departments provide a diverse range of material and programming for all ages. The Ralph W. Stark Heritage Center houses an extensive collection related to the history and genealogy of Boone County.
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Ligonier Public Library
The Ligonier Public Library was one of 2,811 libraries that were built by Andrew Carnegie. The first library in Noble County to be built, it was completed in 1908. The library has experienced a gradual growth in both the book collection and the number of patrons that frequent it. Starting with 1,000 books, the collection has grown to over 31,000 different items with thousands of Evergreen Indiana patrons being served. Although book borrowing is still the major service, other services have become available to patrons. Among these are DVDs, CDs, interlibrary loans, painting and print loans, and computer access. In 1975, a new addition was added to the library which houses the adult fiction section, community room, and office. In the fall of 2013, ground was broken for a new renovation and expansion project which increased the square footage to twice the space. The project was under undertaken by Kelty Tappy Design Inc., of Fort Wayne, IN. During the time of construction, the library was relocated to 905 1/2 Lincolnway S. Once the project was nearly completed the library returned to our main building and reopened April 13, 2015. The new addition includes new computer labs, a large community room with kitchen, a new fiction area, additional restrooms, a young adult area, patio, and staff office space.
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Linden Carnegie Public Library
A Public Library
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Local History Library @ The Depot
This 1916 B & O train depot houses the Local History Library for Aurora Public Library District. Recently updated, it is a multi-purpose facility, serving as a library, a meeting room, a presentation space, and a classroom. It is open to the public but is available for private functions. It is open the third Saturday of the month.
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Lowell Public Library - Lowell Branch
Welcome to the Lowell Public Library. Outside on our beautiful grounds you can enjoy a story walk, a nature trail, picnic area, and free Wi-Fi. Inside we are ready to greet you with a smile and free public computer use, free internet, thousands of books and magazines and DVDs, reference services, hand-painted murals on our walls, and so much more. We look forward to seeing you –
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Lowell Public Library – Schneider Branch
Serving the Tri-Creek Area - The Lowell Public Library and its Schneider and Shelby Branches
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Lowell Public Library – Shelby Branch
Branch of the Lowell Public Library located in Shelby Indiana.
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Marion Public Library
Marion Public Library is an innovative library in downtown Marion, Indiana. Our library has programs, collections and services for our public from children to teens to adults. There are meeting and conference rooms available for the public. The library campus also includes the History Center which is made up of the Indiana History & Genealogy Department and the Grant County Museum.
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Middlebury Public Library
Middlebury Public Library serves 3 townships in northern Indiana with a variety of collections and programs for all ages.
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Mishawaka-Penn-Harris Public Library
The Mishawaka-Penn-Harris Public Library system is comprised of Penn and Harris townships located within St. Joseph County. The Mishawaka-Penn-Harris Public Library inspires and empowers our community by connecting patrons to literature, information, ideas and new experiences for lifelong enrichment.

Shiojiri Room:
The Shiojiri Room recognizes the sister city relationship between the cities of Mishawaka and Shiojiri, a city located in Nagano Prefecture, Japan. The relationship was established in 1972. The room tells the story of the 50 year plus relationship through artifacts, a brochure and a special video.

Heritage Room:
The Heritage Room is rich in Mishawaka history. In 1914 the room was a freestanding building and housed the United States Post Office of Mishawaka. In 1974, the building became the Mishawaka Police Department and in 1998 it became part of the Mishawaka Library. During 2021 renovations the area was renamed the Heritage Room and the space is now designated as the official Quiet Zone at the Library. Five hand-crafted enclosed exhibit cases are on display that contain artifacts highlighting five Mishawaka businesses that have helped shape the Princess City.
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Mitchell Community Public Library
Mitchell Community Public Library is a dynamic public resource with a knowledgeable and friendly staff that strives to provide needed materials, relevant services and up-to-date information.
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Monon Town and Township Public Library
The Monon Town and Township Public Library is situated in Monon, Indiana in a 1914 Carnegie building that had an addition added in 1994. The library features a local history collection, a library of things, free WiFi and computer access, hotspots, video games, streaming services, DVDs, a large children's section, meeting room space, and of course books!
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Montpelier Harrison Township Public Library
We are a Carnegie library in the small town of Montpelier, Indiana. The library opened in 1908 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Our library features the original front desk, original furniture, woodwork, doors and hardware.
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Mooresville Public Library
Mooresville Public Library was established in 1912 as a town library. It's growth over the past 100 years continues to provide traditional services and programs, but how we deliver those services and programs has evolved to meet the social changes. We invite residents and visitors to the area to come explore the wonders of the library from artwork by Indiana State Flag designer, Paul Hadley, to Beyond Books which include items like telescope, sewing machine, musical instruments and more.
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Morgan County Public Library
Morgan County Public Library
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Morrisson-Reeves Library
Richmond's public library that has been in existence since 1864. The current building contains elements of the previous building, including the iron circular staircase that was in the original library room, and many other treasures.
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Muncie Public Library - Carnegie Library
Muncie Public Library has served the Muncie, Indiana community since 1875. MPL's Carnegie Library was constructed with funds from philanthropist Andrew Carnegie and opened in 1904. The iconic structure is made of Indiana limestone and features a classical Greek facade with stone columns and well-preserved panels of sculpted and carved muses. The interior features a Roman Classical dome with stained glass in a rich abstract geometrical design. The building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976 and was remodeled in 2002. In 2009, Carnegie Library became the Local History and Genealogy branch of MPL. Today, visitors can experience many of Carnegie Library's original architectural features, furniture, and art, as well as research the history of Delaware County, Indiana with the library's special collections of books, county records, newspapers, directories, yearbooks, maps, and more.
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Museum of 20th Century Warfare
M20CW is a military museum on the grounds of Ft. Harrison State Park, our library has over 4000 unique book titles covering military history from 1900 to 2000.
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New Carlisle Olive Twp Library
New Carlisle Olive Township Public Library is a newly renovated library that has books and activities for all ages. The newly added Reading Garden has WiFi access and comfortable seating. The children's Exploration Garden has hands on learning activities for kids. Both gardens are open even when the library is closed.
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New Castle-Henry County Public Library
The New Castle-Henry County Public Library provides information, education and technology to help our community live, learn and grow. Closed Sundays Memorial Day through Labor Day.
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Newton County Public Library
The Lake Village Book Club gathered to form the Lake Village Memorial Township Library in 1944 to serve as a living memorial to the local soldiers of WWII. The group collected two hundred books and over $200 to use for the Library. The first Library was housed in an unused basement classroom at Lake Village Elementary School, and Mrs. Dorothy Arbuckle was hired to serve as Librarian.
Each family in the community was assessed $1 per year until 1946, when the Library was approved as a free township Library by the State of Indiana. In 1947 the Library was moved into Lloyd Arbuckle’s building, and a lovely wooden book sign was made. That sign is located in the present Lake Township Room at Lake Village Memorial Township Library.

Lake Village Memorial Township Library offers an expanded space for its collection, and boasts private study rooms, a community room capable of seating 55, display cases, and children’s programming space. The Lake Township Room has many local history resources, including past editions of “The Villager” newspaper, information about Jennie Conrad, and local native artifact information. The Kocoshis family donated an engraved black marble stone that graced the front of the original Library, to the right of the entrance. That stone was moved to the lobby of the Lake Village Memorial Township Library when the new facility was built in 2005.
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Noble County Public Library - Cromwell
The Noble County Public Library Cromwell branch offers a variety of services and hosts programs geared toward all age groups. The building was formerly an opera house and visitors can still enjoy many historic details that have been maintained over the years. Come in and we can show you the old dressing rooms and signatures from cast members. Whatever your interests, the library can cater to you! The library is a member of the Evergreen Indiana system, so patrons with an Evergreen library card from anywhere in the state may use it to check out materials.
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North Madison County Public Library System - Elwood Public Library
We are the public library for Elwood, Indiana.
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North Madison County Public Library System - Frankton Community Library
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North Manchester Public Library
The North Manchester Public Library serves the community of North Manchester, which has a population of approximately 6,260. The library district is the corporation limits of the town of North Manchester. ​ The North Manchester Public Library is proud to support a collection that includes books, magazines, microfilms, large print books, newspapers, selected government materials of local and historical interest, audiobooks, music, DVDs, databases, and more!
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North Webster Community Public Library
The library at North Webster has books, movies, and more for our community to use free of charge! There are computers for your use in research, education, entertainment, and printing. We seek to add quality to people's lives as well as create community connections through items available for public use as well as programming for babies through adults.
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Oakland City Columbia Township Public Library
Public library serving the residents of Oakland City and Columbia Township in Gibson County, Indiana. Cards are also available through contracts with Barton and Center Townships. Be sure to visit our butterfly garden at the back of the building and enjoy our wifi that extends to the parking lot. Outdoor charging station is also available for public use.
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Odon Winkelpleck Public Library
The Odon Winkelpleck Public Library seeks to expand the horizons of the North Daviess Community by providing literary, cultural, and informational resources to all. The library has been located at 202 W. Main St in Odon, IN since 1936. The land it sits on was donated by Jonas & Lila Winkelpleck in memory of Jonas' first wife Flora. The original building was expanded in 1999
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Otterbein Public Library
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Owen County Public Library
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Owensville Carnegie Library
We serve the information needs of over 4,000 patrons in and around Owensville, Indiana!
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Parke County Public Library
PCPL's original building was built in 1915, and though it has been added on to, it's an actively used Carnegie Library. Few Carnegie buildings are still libraries, we hope you'll stop in for a visit! We have a great local history and genealogy collection, many digital databases, computer and print services.. and so much more!
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Peabody Public Library
The Peabody Public Library will fully promote the vitality and growth of a community of readers, learners, doers, and dreamers by providing access to ever-evolving technology, resources, and educational opportunities. Property taxes from Columbia City, Columbia Township, and Thorncreek Township support the Peabody Public Library.
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Pendleton Community Public Library
PCL provides traditional library services, creative initiatives, and up-to-date technology in a comfortable facility with a friendly, helpful staff. The library offers a food pantry with nonperishable food items available anytime. On Thursdays, the pantry also provides bakery items from the local grocery and fresh produce from the community garden. Delivery of groceries and books is also available. Patron favorites include a large Library of Things collection, mobile hotspots, STEAM kits, and board games for checkout, weekly teen gaming events, meals and exercise classes for seniors, and book box subscriptions for kids. Book Clubs are available for all ages.
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Perry County Public Library
The Perry County Public Library represents the residents of Perry County, Indiana with their main Tell City location, along with their county wide Bookmoblie service, and Cannelton branch.
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Peru Public Library
We are a public library in a 1902 Carnegie Library with a Bronze Statue of Suffragette Marie Stuart Edwards on our grounds.
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Pierceton and Washington Township Library
We are a small Carnegie Library located in Pierceton, Indiana. We offer books, audio books, magazines, DVDs, and programming for all ages.
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Pike County Public Library - Petersburg Branch
The Pike County Public Library provides the community with various programming, technology, and print collection options. A full service Special Collections department to help with ancestry searching, picture scanning, and general research of the county. With many helpful Librarians, we are the place to stop and pick up a craft, color, complete a puzzle or just relax in our reading room.
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Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library
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Porter County Public Library System - Hebron Branch
The Porter County Public Library System Hebron Library is a Carnegie library that has been around for 100 years!
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Porter County Public Library System - Valparaiso Branch
Porter County Public Library Valparaiso Branch
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Putnam County Public Library
The Putnam County Public Library provides free and equitable access to information, services, and resources for all residents of and visitors to Putnam County.
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Roann Paw Paw Township Public Library
Built in 1916, the Roann Paw Paw Township Public Library is a Carnegie Library nestled in Wabash County. The library serves all residents of Paw Paw Township, including the town of Roann, Indiana. The building itself is an Arts and Crafts design. The library offers many programs for adults and children alike.
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Roanoke Public Library
The Roanoke Public Library is a small town library. Non-residents of the town of Roanoke may obtain a card for an annual price. Free student cards are available to students of the Roanoke Elementary School. Part of the Evergreen Indiana, Indiana Digital Library and Indiana’s Statewide Remote Circulation Service (SRCS). We are a full service library offering many services including free Wi-Fi, faxing, copying, color printing, notary and ongoing programs including weekly preschool story time, monthly adult craft and coloring and a 6-week summer reading programs.
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Shelby County Public Library
Shelby County Public Library is an Andrew Carnegie library that has grown to encompass 2 library locations, an annex for genealogy and historical research, and a plaza with a fountain that is rentable. We serve the entire county with programs for art and crafts, story times for preschoolers, Dungeons and Dragons for teens, adult discussion book groups, a writers group, genealogy workshops; you name it, we have it. In addition to loaning books and borrowing books from other libraries across the state, we loan ebooks, audiobooks, and internet hotspots. We even lend cake pans! We assist the public with free wifi, copies and faxes, notaries public, newspapers and magazines, DVDs and BluRays, and Ask a Librarian! We welcome questions.
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Shelby County Public Library - Velma Wortman Morristown Branch
All ages can check out books, movies, and music and attend programs at the Velma Wortman Morristown Branch of the Shelby County Public Library. A public meeting room is also available to rent at this branch for your personal events. The branch is located across the street from the Bluebird Restaurant and just down the road from the Kopper Kettle Inn & Restaurant.
The library's Morristown Branch is located in what used to be a bank on Main Street (...kids love seeing inside the old bank vault!). Whether you are looking for a book, movie, or music, this branch can help you. Check out an item directly at this location or request material from any library in the Evergreen System and have it delivered to the Branch.
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Sheridan Public Library
The Sheridan Public Library has served Adams Township in Hamilton County, IN since 1910. Located in our current building since 2007 we serve our community by offering various items to checkout, programs for all ages, and other needs of the community. Stop in and say hello to our friendly staff!
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Shoals Public Library
The Shoals Public Library provides resources and services in a variety of media to meet the needs of individuals and groups for education, information and personal development including recreation and leisure.
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South Whitley Community Public Library
South Whitley Community Public Library is a place built by the people it serves. More than lending books, the library provides many other services to the community including meeting rooms, copy and fax services, public computers, a local history and genealogy room and an auditorium that seats 85. It also houses a one-of-a-kind collection: the Theodore Schultz Gem Collection. Schultz, a security officer who served four different U.S. presidents, had a lifelong hobby of collecting and polishing stones from around the world. Many of the stones are rare and unique and through cutting and polishing techniques the stone’s characteristics are brought to light.

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Spencer County Public Library
We are a public library system located in southern Spencer County, IN.
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St. Joseph County Public Library
The St. Joe County Public Library connects members of our diverse community to learning, resources, culture, and each other.
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Starke County Public Library - Hamlet
Public Library serving Starke County, Indiana. Opening a window to a world that promotes literacy, encourages discovery, and connects the community.
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Starke County Public Library - Koontz Lake
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Starke County Public Library System - Henry F. Schricker Branch
Public Library serving Starke County, Indiana.
Opening a window to a world that promotes literacy, encourages discovery, and connects the community.
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Starke County Public Library System - San Pierre Branch
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Swayzee Public Library
Established in 1919, the Swayzee Library serves Sims Township and Oak Hill Students. Our location since 1950 is the former Methodist Episcopalian church. We are an Evergreen library which also offers hoopla and Libby to our patrons.
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Syracuse-Turkey Creek Township Public Library
Syracuse-Turkey Creek Township Public Library is an information center providing resources in a variety of formats to serve the needs of the citizens of Turkey Creek Township, including the town of Syracuse.
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Tippecanoe County Public Library - Downtown Library
The TCPL Downtown Library hosts a collection of over 301,000 materials available for checkout including books, movies, nonfiction, materials in Spanish, audiobooks, music, magazines, and online resources. We also have approximately 50 Computers for adults and children including stations for: Internet, Express Internet, online resources, word processing, youth educational games, youth bilingual games/software, TIPCAT online catalog, and Wi-Fi access for those with personal computers.
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Tippecanoe County Public Library - Klondike Branch
Tippecanoe County Public Library’s beautiful Klondike Branch Library was built in 2007 and is located on the west side of Tippecanoe County. It is one of the few Indiana library properties certified as a wild life habitat. The branch offers approximately 50,000 items, including materials in Spanish, for use by its library patrons. Visitors can find books, movies and non-fiction DVD’s, music CD’s, audiobooks, and magazines available for checkout.
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Tippecanoe County Public Library - Wea Prairie Branch
Nestled in the rolling hills just North of Wea Ridge Elementary School, the Wea Prairie Branch Library is similar in design to the Klondike and Wyandotte Branch Libraries. You can expect the same cozy atmosphere with places for meetings and storytimes along with high speed wifi and modern technology. While you are there, enjoy a stroll along the storywalk, a .2 mile paved path winding through the hills around the building featuring a rotating picture book story.
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Tippecanoe County Public Library - Wyandotte Branch
The Wyandotte Branch Library is located on the east side of Tippecanoe County just up the road from Wyandotte Elementary School. Within the cozy brick building, browsers will find thousands of books, plus movies and non-fiction DVDs, music CDs, and magazines. The collection also includes materials in Spanish. The TIPCAT online catalog assures access to TCPL’s generous system wide collection, including print and electronic editions. Similar in design to the Klondike Branch, this new neighborhood library contains a 1,020 square-foot public meeting room that may be reserved for community meetings. The branch features a fireplace sitting area, study rooms, and it is surrounded by plants and flowers native to Indiana.
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Vigo County Public Library
The Vigo County Public Library generates positive change in the community by creating an environment of opportunity in which people can explore, expand their perspectives, and transform their own lives and the lives of future generations.
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Wabash Carnegie Public Library
Wabash Carnegie Public Library, situated at the intersection of W Hill St and S Cass St in Wabash, Indiana, is a vibrant hub of knowledge and community. This dynamic public library offers a multitude of resources and services to residents and visitors alike. With its beautiful Carnegie building and extensive collection of books, e-books, audiobooks, and magazines, it caters to the diverse reading interests of all age groups. In addition to traditional materials, the library provides access to computers, Wi-Fi, and printers for research, learning, and digital literacy purposes. The library also organizes engaging programs, including storytimes, book clubs, tech workshops, and cultural events, fostering a love for learning and bringing the community together. With its friendly staff and welcoming environment, Wabash Carnegie Public Library truly serves as a cornerstone institution, promoting literacy and lifelong learning in Wabash.
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Walkerton-Lincoln Twp Public Library
Small town library serving Walkerton-Lincoln Township in Northern Indiana. Our goal is to provide activities and materials for everyone.
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Walton Tipton Township Library
The Walton & Tipton Township Public Library is a beautiful 107-year-old Carnegie building with many original features still in place, including the circulation desk and original wood features. The building is dotted with works of art in the Art Endowment collection. It's not just a beautiful building, the friendly and welcoming staff make this library the heart of the community.
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Warsaw Community Public Library
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Waterloo Grant Twp Library
The Waterloo Grant Township Public Library is a Carnegie library constructed in 1913. There was no specific design that the Carnegie libraries had to follow, but Carnegie did ask that libraries being built utilizing his money have a stair case leading up to the front doors to symbolize the elevation of learning. His second request was that a lamppost be erected outside the library to symbolize enlightenment by learning. Additions were made to the library in 1989 and 2013, the additions maintained the architectural integrity of the original Carnegie building.
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Waveland Carnegie Public Library
A quaint Carnegie library, bursting with books, art and history.
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Wayne and Barbara Kroemer Library
The Wayne and Barbara Kroemer Library supports teaching, learning, and research at Concordia Theological Seminary. The Concordia campus was designed by architect Eero Saarinen in the mid-1950s. The library was expanded along the lake in 2009-2015.
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Wells County Public Library
Wells County Public Library's mission is to provide our community with Access, Knowledge and Growth. We offer many services including Wifi, computer access, a diverse selection of circulating items, multiple study and meeting rooms and more.
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Wells County Public Library - Ossian Branch Library
The Ossian Branch Library is part of the Wells County Public Library system. The branch is located at the heart of the Ossian downtown and offers many library services including: books in multiple formats, public internet, Wi-Fi and computer use, storytimes, programs for all ages, information assistance, and more.
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West Lafayette Public Library
West Lafayette Public Library serves the West Lafayette community. As a member of Evergreen Indiana the state-wide Libby consortiums the Library offers physical items for circulation, online books and resources, a newly developing "Library of Things", a Creativity Lab and wireless internet access. Meeting and study rooms are also available. Parking in the Library's garage is free to library patrons.
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West Lebanon Public Library
Public library in West Lebanon, Indiana.
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Westchester Public Library - Thomas Branch
Westchester Public Library serves Westchester Township in Northwest Indiana, near the Indiana Dunes. The Library system is comprised of the Thomas Branch in Chesterton, the Hageman Branch in Porter, the Westchester Township History Museum housed in the historic Brown Mansion, and the Baugher Center, a mixed-use space with an adult learning center. The mission of Westchester Public Library is to provide core services that connect and engage all. Drop by and say hello!
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Worthington Jefferson Township Public Library
The Worthington Jefferson Township Public Library is a Carnegie Library located in Worthington, In, Greene County.