What the Library has for you!
Newspapers – local papers from as early as 1887.
Census Rolls – Shoshone County census from 1880 through 1920 (1890 was destroyed in a depository fire).
Our microfilm reader is capable of making copies. There is a .25 charge for them.
We have a historical photograph collection.
Also the Barnard-Stockbridge collection is cataloged on microfilm.
- Local History:
We have a local history collection. Sorry – non-duplicated copies may not leave the library.
Our copier has the ability to reduce or enlarge your copy! There is a .10 charge per page.
Idaho Spokesman Review
The papers are kept on file for 6 months. Then the News Press is shipped for microfilming and the Spokesman is recycled.
We are connected to Internet. Come in and “surf the net”, check your email, or put together a Power Point presentation. We have free Wi-Fi for your wireless.
A black & white and a color printer are available for your printing needs. Black & white copies are .10 and the color copies are .25 per page
- Meeting Room:
The lower level of the Library is available for rent. A small deposit is required with a refund determined upon cleaning charges.
- Summer Reading