Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County
Provides the communities it serves with ideas, knowledge and information supporting research, popular interests and lifelong learning.
Anderson Branch
Features a permanent selection of books of cultural and artistic significance, purchased with funds from the Anderson Library Committee.
Avondale Branch
Provides 19,500 books, offering a very extensive black culture collection, and a large video collection, including documentaries.
Bond Hill Branch
Features 15,400 books, with a strong collection of cookbooks, and black culture materials.
Clifton Branch
Features a wide selection of biographies, and Clifton history files, with over 21,000 books in the collection.
Corryville Branch
A collection of over 35,500 books, offering an extensive mystery and test book collection.
Covedale
Features a wide selection of internet and computer books, and extensive travel collection.
Deer Park Branch
Features a large selection of best sellers and biographies, and a collection of animal books.
Elmwood Place Branch
Features a large collection of Appalachian books, a local history file and a selection of Christian reading.
Forest Park Branch
Features a microfiche collection that includes college catalogs and annual reports, and an African American collection.
Groesbeck Branch
Features westerns, large print books and a mystery collection.
Hyde Park Branch
Offers a collection of over 48,300, featuring a large selection of computer and internet topics as well as an extensive selection of travel books.
Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
Provides library service to eligible individuals and institutions. Includes list of services and equipment available for use.
Madisonville Branch
Provides a large collection of black interest and history, biographies, and an excellent selection of mysteries, featuring a total of 26,800 books.
Monfort Heights Branch
Features a collection of computer related materials, and a literature collection including criticisms, biographies, classics, and poetry.
Mt. Healthy Branch
Features a collection of foreign language tapes, and folk and fairy tale collection.
Mt. Washington Branch
Provides 41,500 books to choose from, featuring an excellent selection of adult contemporary and classical fiction, including separate collections by genre.
Northern Hills Branch
Features genealogical materials donated by the First Families of Ohio, providing a selection of 50,593 books.
Northside Branch
Features history of Cumminsville, Cincinnati and Ohio, and a collection of animal books.
Oakley Branch
Offers a collection of 39,300 books, with an extensive cookbook collection, and large selection of gardening books.
Pleasant Ridge Branch
Highlights include a sizable Holocaust collection, and an expanding collection on disabilities. Library houses a total of 27,000 books.
Price Hill Branch
Features a collection of 23,200 books, offering a large collection of videos and books-on-tape, and good Appalachian collection.
Reading Branch
Features a variety of fiction, both classical and contemporary, information on GE Air Force plant 36 and local history pamphlets.
St. Bernard Branch
Features an excellent collection of easy reading books and a large romance collection.
Walnut Hills Branch
Houses a total of 25,100 books, with a strong emphasis in black history and black literature, and an expanding genealogy and local history selection.
West End Branch
Features a good selection of Black literature, a video collection and many special genre sections.
Westwood Branch
Provides a large selection of National Geographic magazines back to the early 1900's, and extensive Westwood history files are available from this collection of 38,900 books.
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