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Cookeville - Putnam County Library

50 East Broad Street

Founded in 1939, the Putnam County Library System consists of the Main Library in Cookeville, with branches in Baxter, Algood and Monterey, TN.

The primary role of the Putnam County Library System is to serve as a popular materials center. The library seeks to build a collection of popular items in a variety of formats, with adequate duplication of high-demand titles.

The library system's mission is to provide free services to all residents. Library materials reflect a broad diversity of format and opinion, assuring that individuals may select freely from a wide variety of items. Patron requests and records are kept confidential under state law.


Blake Yorkie

Saturday, April 7, 2018
I love this library. I've been coming here since I was just a kid. The downstairs was always fun, but I'm an adult now so I've graduated to the upstairs. I like to come relax and bring my laptop to work on class or just play some games. Good place to chill. It's very comfy and has a good vibe, plus, free WiFi.

Pamela Wolf

Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017
Very friendly staff; I definitely feel safe here. I'm usually here too! I love how the park is right next to it as well.

Susan Wheaton

Tuesday, May 23, 2017
This is a two story library. Good selection of reading materials for all ages. They offer a computer section as well as comfortable studying chairs and tables. Love that the children's section is in the downstairs area and they offer a wide variety of reading and activities. The biggest bonus to this location is the park out back. A great place to take your reading material to.

Vee Waites

Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018
The quietest place in town, read the paper, surf the web, check out a movie and/or a book to read

Merna Snyder

Saturday, April 14, 2018
Always enjoy time here

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