Dallas Public Library

Initiated by the Dallas Federation of Women's Clubs, the Dallas Public Library grew out of, among others, a grant from steel tycoon Andrew Carnegie. It became a War Information Center during WWII, and the decades after its expansion led to the creation of new branches in other parts of the city. Today, the Library provides services to the millions of residents in the Dallas area.

Contact

Sharon Perry Martin

214-670-1435

texas@dallaslibrary.org

Address

Dallas Public Library - 7th floor
Texas/Dallas History & Archives Division
1515 Young St.
Dallas, TX 75201

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