Rebecca Caudill Public Library

310 West Main Street
Cumberland, KY 40823

606-589-2409

History

Rebecca Caudill Public Library was first established in 1965 in a old store building located on Myers St. in Cumberland, Kentucky. It was funded by the State Department of Libraries. When the library was opened it was named in honor of a local author, Rebecca Caudill.

In 1972, the Cumberland Branch moved to a newly constructed building funded by state library funds.

In 1995, an addition to this construction was completed. Project funds were provided by an LSCA Grant through the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives, the Harlan County Library District and gifts.

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