A library is an organized collection of books, magazines, newspapers, music, and DVDs. It may be contained within a home, or refer to a public community building where patrons can read and check out written, auditory, or visual material for free. Most public libraries offer computers for use during business hours as well. In 1731, Benjamin Franklin founded America's first lending library, the Library Company of Philadelphia.
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Browse this library guide and directory to learn about public libraries and institutional libraries in the United States of America. All directory listings include contact information, category tags, and website links.
This library page comprises information about library assistant careers in the United States of America plus a photo of a smiling library assistant with a stack of books.
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