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In keeping with the advances of technology, the library has made available to the public the use of the Sirsi automated library catalog and the Internet. Through the statewide MAGNOLIA project via the Internet, other databases such as EbscoHost, CARL Novelist, IAC First Search, Gale's Contemporary Literacy Criticism and Wilson Biographies are offered.
Patrons also have the services of the Interlibrary Loan Department to assist them in finding the materials they need. Materials that are not owned by the Jackson/Hinds Library System may be requested from other libraries through this service.
The Raymond Library is a part of a growing community and is striving to grow with the community it serves. Our goals are to provide quality information services in a variety of formats as well as to meet the informational, educational, cultural, and recreational needs of patrons. Programs for all ages are presented throughout the year. Of interest are the summer programs for children. : The Raymond Public Library
Located on Court Street in the Courthouse Annex
Phone: (601) 857-8721
Hours: Hours: 9:00 A.M.-6:00 P.M.
Librarian: Margaret A. Bell, Head Librarian (11-2000)
The Raymond Library is one of fifteen branches of the Jackson/Hinds Library System. The library offers a wide range of materials and services to persons of all ages. Books, videocassettes, audiocassettes, and kits make up the collection of 24,885 items to date. Also, within the library's collection are current periodicals and a large Civil War collection.
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