Kingman Carnegie Library
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The Kingman Carnegie Library is a beautiful, Neo-Classical building with two main floors, a basement level, and an elevator and handicap access at the south entrance. The original structure, which is listed on the Kansas and National Register of Historic Places, was dedicated on June 23, 1914. Over the years it has been remodeled, so that today the library is a modern, comfortable, well-equipped facility, with many exciting resources (from genealogy to the internet) for all ages to enjoy.
A plaque in the library tells of the dedication of all the people who work to make the library such a success.
Our Mission Statement
The mission of the library is to provide modern library resources, services, and programs to meet the educational, recreational, and informational needs of the community. The library functions as a service center library and a backup for major resource centers.
Resources at the library are supplemented by resources from the South Central Kansas Library System, the Kansas State Library, and the interlibrary loan system.