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Samuel S. Pollard Memorial Library, serving an area of 105,000 residents, has a collection of 160,000 books and periodicals; in addition, there are 3,300 CDs, records, cassettes and other audio materials, as well as 3,200 video items, such as DVDs and VHS tapes. Internet terminals are available for use by the general public.

Staffing consists of 25 employees, of whom 7 are fully accredited librarians, plus volunteers. The system comprises one central library, plus one bookmobile. Annual expenditures on the library collection total $160,000. Patrons make 250,000 visits annually, and check out materials 200,000 times. Forty percent of all check-outs are children's materials.

Location: 33 Middle St., Lowell Massachusetts 01852 Telephone 978-970-4120

Other Public Libraries nearby:
(Allenstown) Allenstown Public Library
(Ashland) Ashland Public Library
(Canton) Canton Public Library
(Dennisport) Dennis Public Library
(Derry) Derry Public Library
(Dublin) Dublin Public Library

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