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The Knightstown Public Library was established in 1912 and was paid for by a $10,000.00 grant from Andrew Carnegie.
The library is supported by the Knightstown, IN taxing district. There is a full-time director, three part-time assistants, a part-time bookkeeper and a part-time custodian.
The collection contains around 15,000 items. The library offers a strong Indiana history collection, as well as a genealogy collection, and a growing digitized collection of obituaries from the Knightstown Banner.
The Knightstown Public Library provides materials and services to fulfill the professional, civic, educational, and recreational needs of the community residents. The library is committed to supporting lifelong learning by serving as a center for self-education, and strives to treat patrons with respect for individual differences and tolerance for opposing opinions.
During the month of October, come in to enter our Fall Wreath Give-away! Winner will be announced on October 29, 2016. Wreath will be on display at front desk.