Baltimore Library

Find Baltimore Maryland libraries, such as state, town, city, public, private, college and university library branches. Libraries provide information on applications, borrowing books, ebooks, library programs, online databases and research.

Bar Library 100 North Calvert Street Baltimore MD 21202 410-727-0280

Bard Library 2901 Liberty Heights Avenue Baltimore MD 21215 410-462-8400

Canton Branch Library 1030 S Ellwood Ave Baltimore MD 21224 410-545-7130

Clifton Library 2001 North Wolfe Street Baltimore MD 21213 410-396-0984

Decker Library 1401 West Mount Royal Avenue Baltimore MD 21217 410-225-2272

Enoch Pratt Free Library 5108 Roland Avenue Baltimore MD 21210 410-396-6099

Enoch Pratt Free Library 400 Cathedral Street Baltimore MD 21201 410-396-5430

Enoch Pratt Free Library 1531 West North Avenue Baltimore MD 21217 410-396-0399

Evergreen Museum & Library, Johns Hopkins University 4545 North Charles Street Baltimore MD 21210 410-516-0341

Govans Branch Library 5714 Bellona Avenue Baltimore MD 21212 410-396-6098

Hamilton Branch Library 5910 Harford Road Baltimore MD 21214 410-396-6088

Langsdale Library 1415 Maryland Ave Baltimore MD 21201 410-837-4260

Light Street Branch Library 1251 Light Street Baltimore MD 21230 410-396-1096

Medchi Maryland State Medical Society 1211 Cathedral Street Baltimore MD 21201 410-539-0872

Milton S Eisenhower Library 3400 North Charles Street Baltimore MD 21218 410-516-8335

Organized Library 10 East Lee Street Baltimore MD 21202 410-539-6585

Parlett L. Moore Library 2500 West North Avenue Baltimore MD 21216 410-951-3400

Reisterstown Road Library 6310 Reisterstown Road Baltimore MD 21215 410-396-0948

Southeast Anchor Branch Librar 3601 Eastern Ave Baltimore MD 21224 410-396-1580

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How are Public Libraries funded?

The vast majority of funding that supports the operation of Public Libraries comes from county and local governments. At times, grant funding may be available for specific programs, projects, or capital improvements. Fees for special programs and services account for a relatively small percentage of revenue for Public Libraries.

What are the Friends of the Library?

Friends of the Library are organizations formed to support their local Public Libraries. They typically establish themselves as independent, non-profit organizations that conduct fundraising to supplement Library resources and organize Library related events.

What is the Dewey Decimal system?

The Dewey Decimal system is a classification system used in many libraries to organize their books. The classification number allows for books to easily be located or returned to their assigned place in the library. The system is constantly revised to keep up with changes in the libraries.