Magnolia Library

230 South Cherry Street
Magnolia, MS 39652

601-783-6565
Magnolia Library began in the height of the Depression in 1933 with WPA funds. In 1934, a room was provided in the Magnolia City Hall. They used a rent shelf for these books.  As soon as the rentals paid for the books, they were able to buy more.  In 1964 the library became part of the Pike-Amite-Walthall Library System. 
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