The Carnegie Library opened at the corner of Richardson and Third Streets on April 2, 1906. It became known as the Roswell Public Library when it opened the doors at its new building at 301 N. Pennsylvania and that’s where it still resides today.
The Library houses over 180,000 items including:
•Microfilm and microfiche
•Streaming music and movies
This also includes unique collections such as the Southwest collections, Spanish-language books, and a genealogy collection for those wishing to trace their ancestry. The Children’s Area is a large portion of the library and is a wonderful environment for children to learn and read in.
The Library also offers free services to the public, such as internet computer and wireless access, Story Times for children, adult learning classes and access to online databases that help with tests, research, and even car trouble. The Library has even played host to brilliant authors like Larry McMurtry, John Erickson, and Michael McGarrity.
The staff is friendly and knowledgeable and the reference librarians are always willing to help find any information you might need. Visit the Roswell Public Library to learn, read, or relax in a comfortable atmosphere with the world at your fingertips.