Dallas Public Library

If you are a book lover and visiting the Dallas area, you can make a trip to the Dallas Public Library. This library has over 68,000 items for you to enjoy. You could easily spend an entire day going through all of the wonderful books and other items in this library.

The Dallas Public Library has many items, including books, books-on-tape and CDs, CD-ROMS, DVDs, children’s items, large print books, microfilm, magazines, videos, newspapers, and Internet access to their patrons.

"Dallas Public Library Cornerstone"Library cardholders also have access to over one million items through their online database called the Chemeketa Cooperative Regional Library Service. This database has 18 libraries located in the counties of Yamhill, Marion, and Polk. If you are not able to find the book you want in their library, you can simply look online for the book in one of these other libraries. They also have a section of books dedicated to Dallas, Oregon, and Polk County. If you want to learn more about Dallas, you can find anything about the history in this section of the library.

There is also a large genealogy section in the Dallas Public Library. They have many resources that you can use in your research, including census information going back to the late 1860s and many newspapers from the past where you can find information. There is over 80,000 books in this section, 42,000 rolls of microfilms, 77,000 microfiche, and 700 maps and charts. It contains material from the entire United States, as well as some other countries, such as Canada, Germany and the British Isles. They can also provide you with a wide variety of database information to further your research.

The downtown branch of the Dallas Public Library is more than just a library, it is also a bookstore. There is a wide variety of books for you to choose from. The Central division of the library has books that are more in depth.

Visit the General Reference Desk at the library to speak with the staff about any information you are looking for. They can assist you with finding out about the different library programs they have, help you find a certain book, distances, weights and measures, organizations, government, current events, sports, spelling, grammar, and much more.

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Even if you are not a resident of Dallas, you can still visit the Dallas Public Library. Go to the first floor of the Central Library in downtown Dallas, and they can help you learn how to use their online computer catalog to search for books, find other materials, and any other information that you need.

The library is a great place to visit when you are away from home. Find a good book and grab a comfy chair in the corner. You will find the day passes away very quickly while reading a good book.

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