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Deer Park Branch Library

3970 East Galbraith Road
Cincinnati, OH
History The Deer Park Branch opened in the Deer Park High School in 1950. The branch moved to a storefront in the Dillonvale Shopping Center in 19...
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Pleasant Ridge Branch Library

6233 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, OH
History: A local literary society formed the Pleasant Ridge Library Association in 1879. Members purchased shares, while non-members paid a small ...
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Blue Ash Branch Library

4911 Cooper Road
Cincinnati, OH
Branch History In the early 1960s, a group of concerned citizens, led by the Montgomery Woman’s Club, petitioned library administrators to p...
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Madeira Branch Library

7200 Miami Avenue
Cincinnati, OH
History The Madeira Branch grew from humble origins as a circulating collection housed in a shop on Laurel Avenue. A new building located at the c...
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Reading Branch Library

9001 Reading Road
Cincinnati, OH
History Library service has been available in the community since April, 1927 when the Reading Branch opened for business. The branch was managed j...
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Madisonville Branch Library

4830 Whetsel Avenue
Cincinnati, OH
History Beginning in 1892, the “Free Reading Room” operated in the Madisonville Town Hall, along with the sheriff's office, jail, stor...
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Roselawn Branch Library

7617 Reading Road
Cincinnati, OH
History The Roselawn Branch opened for business in November, 1951. At that time, it was located in the Roselawn Center Building on Section Road. A...
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Oakley Branch Library

4033 Gilmore Avenue
Cincinnati, OH
Hours Monday, Tuesday, Thursday noon–8 p.m. Wedneday, Friday, Saturday 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Sunday closed
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Sharonville Branch Library

10980 Thornview Dr
Cincinnati, OH
History Library service in Sharonville began with a Bookmobile stop to the village in the 1930s. In 1966, a permanent location was established in ...
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Bond Hill Branch Library

1740 Langdon Farm Road at Jordan Crossing
Cincinnati, OH
Branch History Library service to Bond Hill began in 1899, when a deposit station opened in the community. The deposit location moved to a...
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Mariemont Branch Library

3810 Pocahontas Avenue
Cincinnati, OH
Hours Monday, Tuesday, Thursday noon–8 p.m. Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Sunday closed
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Wyoming Branch Library

500 Springfield Pike
Cincinnati, OH
History The Wyoming Branch opened in 1959, replacing village libraries, which had been in operation in various locations throughout Wyoming and Ha...
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Norwood Branch Library

4325 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, OH
History Library service in the Village of Norwood began in 1898, when the Cincinnati and Hamilton County library system established a book delivery...
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Hyde Park Branch Library

Hyde Park Branch Library
2747 Erie Avenue
Cincinnati, OH
Hours Mon, Tue, Thu: noon–8 p.m. Wed, Fri, Sat: 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Sun: closed
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Elmwood Place Branch Library

6120 Vine Street
Cincinnati, OH
History: Library service to Elmwood Place began in 1899, when a deposit station opened in a drugstore, and ten years later, moved to a plumbing sh...
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Saint Bernard Branch Library

10 McClelland Ave.
Cincinnati, OH
Branch History From 1899 to 1916 (when a full-fledged branch opened in the Town Hall), library services were offered in St. Bernard through a del...
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Avondale Branch Library

Avondale Branch Library
3566 Reading Road
Cincinnati, OH
History: The Avondale Branch is one of the nine area libraries in Hamilton County built with funds provided by the Andrew Carnegie Foundation. Des...
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Mt. Washington Branch Library

2049 Beechmont Avenue
Cincinnati, OH
History The origins of the Mt. Washington Branch date to 1899, when a delivery station was established at Maude Clark’s Dry Goods Store. In ...
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Walnut Hills Branch Library

2533 Kemper Lane
Cincinnati, OH
History Walnut Hills Branch Library opened in April 7, 1906, replacing two neighborhood deposit stations. Designed in the French Renaissance sty...
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