Plainville Memorial Library

200 South First Street
Plainville, KS 67663

785-434-2786
In 1901 the women of the W.C.T.U. started a movement to establish a library in Plainville. After being housed in the First National Bank Building for several years the Priscilla Arts Club applied to the Carnegie foundation for a city library. The Carnegie library was built in 1911. In 1983 the present library was built with community fund raisers and the proceeds from the sale of a quarter section of land donated by Jim and Mary Donavan.
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