Farmersburg Public Library

116 West Main Street
Farmersburg, IN 47850

Library History

Farmersburg Library has been in different locations along Main Street. It was over Hammond's Garage, which meant climbing tall stairs to get a book. It was over Gray's Drugstore which meant more stairs. It was in William (Shorty) Johnson's egg business which was torn down when Jewett Printing expanded. June 26, 1972 it was moved to its present location which previously housed Paul Gregg's Dry Cleaners.

There have been many librarians, but everyone of a "certain" age remembers Hazel Bennett having been with the library at each location. Other librarians include Lucille King, Melba Scott, Ruth Lane, Linda Drake, Loena Gaskins, Carolyn Caton.
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