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Lawrenceburg Public Library District

Main Library
150 Mary Street
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

Monday - Thursday: 9-8
Friday: 9-5
Saturday: 10-5

Call Us:
(812)537-2775

North Dearborn Branch
25969 Dole Road
West Harrison, IN 47060

Monday - Thursday: 10-8
Friday: Closed
Saturday: 10-5

Call Us:
(812)637-0777

Contact Us:
lawplib@lpld.lib.in.us

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About Us

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Policies

LPLD Logo in blues and green

Our Library

LPLD is a public library system serving the cities of Lawrenceburg and Greendale and the townships of Harrison, Jackson, Kelso, Lawrenceburg, Logan, Miller, and York. A reciprocal agreement with neighboring Aurora Public Library offers every citizen of Dearborn County the benefit of library services. The main library is located at 150 Mary Street in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. The North Dearborn Branch of LPLD is located at 25969 Dole Road; West Harrison, Indiana.

Our Mission

To provide our community with equal access to resources - for life.

Our Vision

Our facilities are safe, welcoming, and attractive and provide adequate space for all ages. We are the center of our community, promoting a learning environment for the exchange of ideas.

As a resource center, the library satisfies the needs of the community through the best services, high quality collections, current technology, and cultural and recreational programming.

We value community input and establish collaborative relationships with outside organizations to maximize our resources and services. Meeting room space for diverse community groups and organizations furthers the library’s mission and enriches lives and encourages self education.

Dedicated employees provide the level of service expected by our customers. We are an organization with a passion for reaching out to inspire and to serve the community. Our highly trained staff is instrumental in providing knowledgeable, courteous and respectful service to all, while anticipating and adapting to the changing needs of the community.

The library provides our customers with opportunities for life long learning and personal enrichment and supports intellectual freedom while respecting privacy. The library is a source of community pride.

The key to progress is the continuous evaluation and improvement of our organization.

Our Values

LPLD is committed to the following values:

  • High Ethical Standards
  • Commitment to excellence
  • Equal access for all
  • Intellectual Freedom
  • The individual’s right to privacy
  • Welcoming, safe accessible environments
  • Up-to date collections and progressive technologies
  • Life Long learning
  • Community input
  • Vision for the future

Meet the Staff

LPLD Board of Trustees

  • Patricia Ritzmann, President
  • Julia Edwards Dickey, Vice President
  • Marita Cizek, Secretary
  • Linda Lyness
  • Jennifer Hanneken
  • Donald Siemers
  • Daniel Toon
  •  
  • Board meets the 4th Tuesday of each month at the Main Library.

Main Library

  • Sally Stegner , Director
  • Margie Kleier , Business and Operations Manager
  • Debra Beckett , ILS/Systems Manager
  • Georgeann Doan , Reference Librarian
  • Joyce Baer , Genealogy & Local History
  • Criseida Green , Digital Resources & Services Librarian
  • Chris Bockstiegel , Customer Service Manager

Youth Services Department

  • Jody Maples , Youth Services Manager

Outreach and Mobile Library (BOB)

  • Jim Farris , Outreach Coordinator

North Dearborn Branch

  • Phil Kuhn , Branch Manager
  • Lorrie Jezek , Assistant Branch Manager

Be Our Friend

Become a card-carrying Friend of the Library! Thank you for being our Friend!

Print the membership form from here! (PDF File), drop it at the library or mail it in.  It is that easy.

You will need Adobe® Reader® to view this file.  Visit Adobe® website for download options. Get Adobe Reader from Adobe.com

Family Records Index

A listing of current family histories donated to the LPLD Genealogy Department by family members. The list will be updated as research and contributions continue.

These files may be as small as one newspaper clipping or they may contain a full history of the family. Library hours are Monday through Thursday 9:00 A.M. until 8:00 P.M. Friday from 9:00 A.M. until 5:00 P.M. and Saturday from 10:00 A.M. until 5:00 P.M. Phone: 812-537-2775 Fax: 812-537-2810.

For more information, please send a letter and self-addressed-stamped envelope with a $1.00 per page for copies to the attention of:

Lawrenceburg Public Library District
150 Mary Street
Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025

A listing of current family histories donated to the LPLD Genealogy Department by family members.
Jump directly to the list with Family Names starting with:
A B CM N O 
D E FP Q R 
G H IS T U 
J K LV W XYZ 
     
Family Name Family Name Family Name
Abbot Babbs Cain
Abdon Back Calkin
Abercrombie Baer Callahan
Abplanalp Bailey Callaway
Achatz Bainbridge Calvert
Adams Bainum Campbell
Adkinson Baker Canfield
Adney Baker, Erwin (Cannonball) Cannon
Agnew Baldridge Caplinger
Albers Ballard Carnine
Aldridge Bareklow Carr
Alexander Barker Carter
Alig Barricklow Case
Allee Bartholomew Cassidy
Allen, James Barton Chamberlin
Allen, John Bastian Chambers
Althoff Bates Chapman
Anderson Bath Charlton
Andress Batzner Cheek
Antwan Baum Cherry
Armstrong Bauman Chew
Arnold Bayly Childs
Arnold (Richard) Beach Chisman
Arold Beahy Churchill
Ascherman Beall Clark
Ashley Beason Claspill
Austin Beatty Clore
Axby Bechtel Cloud
Aylor Becker Cobb
Beckman Cochran
Bedunnah Cofield
Beecher Cole
Beinkamp Coleman
Bennett Collier
Bentley Collins
Bieger Colsher
Bielby Colwell
Bihr-Owens Coman
Bill Conaway
Billingsly Conger
Billups Conner
Bisbee Conrad
Bischoff Cook
Blackburn Cooper
Blaisdell Cornelius
Blasdel Corns
Blue Corson
Blythe Cotton
Boardman Coult (Colt)
Boese Covington
Boggs Crandall
Bohl Crandon
Bolser-McWethy-McKenzie Crank
Bond Craven
Bonham Crist
Bonnell Crittendon
Bookwalter Crocker
Botts Cronk
Boudreau Crosby
Bovard Crouch
Bowers Crusse
Bowling Cuppy
Bowman Curtis
Brace Cutter
Bradford
Brady
Bramlage
Branham
Brasher
Brauer
Braun
Braun-Brown
Breakley
Brechner
Brewington
Brichler
Briddle
Britton
Brogan
Brower
Brown
Bruce
Bruder
Brunner
Bruns
Buchanan
Buchar
Buchart
Buell
Buffington
Bultman
Burk
Burkham
Burright
Burroughs
Busch
Bush
Bushfield
Busse
Buys
Byard
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Family Name Family Name Family Name
Dall Eads Fagaly
Dam Early Fagan
Daniel Eastman Fahl
Darling Easton Fahlbush
Darlington Ebersole Fairbanks
Dashiell Eblen Fangman
Daugherty Ege Farran
Daughters Egelston Farrar
Dauner Eichler Fassold
Davies Eiklor Fehrman
Davis Elder Feller
Dawson Eldridge Ferris
Dearborn Ellingwood Fichter
Deaton Elliott Fielding
Decker Elsbury Fierke-Firke
Dellecamp Emerson Fike
Demaree Emmert Fillenwarh
Dennis Emrie Finkbine
Dewitt Enders Finnell
Deye Engelking Firsich
Dickhaus Engle Fitch
Diefenbach English Fitzgerald
Dietz Enoch-Benson Flake
Dill Eschman Folke
Dixon Espy Folzenlogel
Doehlman Ester Forster
Dolan Eubanks Foster
Dolph Eversole Foulds
Donaworth Everson Fowler
Douglas Ewan Fox
Dowden Ewbank Frank
Downey Frankel
Drake Frazee
Driver Fread
Duerr(Derr, Doerr) Frederick
Dumont Freeland
Dunn Freeman
Dunning Freiberger
Durbin French
Durkee Frey
Dustin Fryer
Fuller (Missing)
Fulton
Funkhouser
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Family Name Family Name Family Name
Gard-Guard Haines Isgrigg
Garnert Hall
Garrigus Hamersky
Garrison Hamilton
Gary Hamlin
Gatch Hancock
Gazlay (Gazley) Hansell
Gedney Harbert
Geisert Harper
Gensheimer Hardin
Gibbs Harding
Gibson Hargitt
Giegoldt Harrison
Giffin Harry
Givan Hartman
Glardon Hart
Glass Hartpence
Glatz Hassmer
Glaub Hatch
Glindmeyer Hauck
Glissman Hayes
Gloyd Haynes
Goble Heath
Goddard Heaton
Golding Heimburger
Goodner Heiss
Gosmeyer Helms
Graefenhan Hemphill
Grange Henderson
Grant Hennegan
Graves Henneke
Green Henry
Greene Herr
Greive Heustis/Tibbetts
Gribbon Hilbert
Gridley Hill-Hille
Grubbs Hiller
Guest Hillman
Guthrie Hirtzel
Gutzwiller Hisey
Hoffman
Hoffmeier
Hofreiter
Holden
Holeman-Holman
Holland
Holliday
Holloway
Holmes
Holt
Holtzclaw
Homan
Hoog
Hopkins
Hopping
Horham/Horrom
Hornbach
Hornberger
Horton
Hoskins
Housemeyer
Houze
Howard
Howerton
Hubbard
Hubbartt
Hubbs
Huber
Huckery
Huddleston
Hudson
Huffman (see also HOLT)
Hulbert
Hulse
Hume
Hunt
Hunter
Huston
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Family Name Family Name Family Name
Jackson Kaffenberger LaFollette
James Kaiser Laird
Jayne Keen Lamkins
Jelley Keith Lamson
Jenkins Keller Lane, James
Johnson Kelley-Kelly Lange
Johnston Kelsey Langley
Jolly Kelso Langtree
Jones Kerr Larimer
Jordan Ketcham LaRue/Larew
Joyner Kilthau (Kilthaus) Latimer
Judd Kincaid Lawrence
Junker King Lazenby
Justis Kinnett Leap
Kirsch Leatherberry
Kissam Leeds
Kleine Leesburg
Klump Lepa
Knecht Lewis
Knigga Licking
Knoebel Liddle
Knopf Light
Knorr Lindley
Knote Lindsey
Knue Livingston
Knuen Lockwood
Koehler Lohide
Kokenge Lohmeyer
Kolb Lommel
Kreinhop (Krinop) Longenecker
Kreus (Kreiss) Loots
Kronk (see Cronk) Loughry
Kuntzler Lows, Lowe
Kunz Lozier
Kyle Lucas
Ludlow
Lutz
Lyness
Lynn
Lyon
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Family Name Family Name Family Name
Mack Nanz O'Brian
Magruder Nast O'Brien
Maines Nead O'Neal
Major Neary Oatman
Manlief Nees Oberting
Manwarring Nichols Odor
March Noe Oester
Marrall Norrick Olcott
Marshall Nowlin Opp
Martin Noyes Orem
Mason (see Funkhouser) Orsato
Mathews Osburn-Bonta
Maxwell O'Shaughnessy
McBride Owings
McBroom
McClure
McCoy
McCallum
McCrackin
McCullough
McGookin
McGuire
McHenry
McKee
McKinstry
McKnight
McLeaster
McManaman
McMath
McMullen
McPike
McWethy
Mead
Medosch
Mehrhoff
Mendel
Menges
Mericle
Merrick
Metzler
Meyer
Middleton
Milburn
Miller
Millikin
Minor
Mitchell
Mitts
Mockby
Monroe
Moore
Morgan
Morgan, William
Morris
Morrison
Morss
Morton
Mulfinger
Mulford
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Family Name Family Name Family Name
Palmer Quenzer Rabb
Pardun Quick Ragsdale
Parker Ramer
Parvis Ramsey
Pate Rand
Patton Randall
Paul Ray
Pavy Rayburn
Peasley-Peaslee Reagan, Charles
Pelgen Rechenbach
Pennington Record
Percival Redding
Perry Reed
Peters (Indian Peter) Rees
Pflum Reidel
Platt Rhodes
Pieper Rice
Pike Richards, Robert
Platt (see Hubbard) Richarson
Platter Richardson-Keffer
Plummer (see Roberts) Richmond
Poellman Ricketts
Polk Rider
Porter Riedinger-Ludwig
Posey Rief
Post Riggs
Pottebaum Ringen-Ringer
Pottenger Ripperger
Powell Risch
Prather Ritzmann
Pribble Robbins
Price Roberts
Priest Robins
Probasco Robinson
Protzman Roland-Rowland
Pulskamp Roll-Stenger
Purcell Rollins
Putnam Ropers
Pyles Rork
Rosecrans
Ross
Ross-Johnson
Roth
Rounds
Roush
Rowe
Ruble
Rudicel
Rudolph
Runyon
Rush
Russell
Ryker
Rynearson
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Family Name Family Name Family Name
Sackett Taylor Ullrich
Saltmarsh Tebbs Uncle Tom
Sander Templeton Underhill
Sage Teney
Sanks Terhune
Sater Terrill
Schaeffer Terry
Schantz Thomas
Schenk Thompson
Schiller Thorne
Schimmelpfennig Thornton
Schneeman Thurston
Schnetzer Tibbetts
Schoentrup Todd
Schroer Torrence
Scranton Tousey
Schuck Tower
Schultz Transier
Schuman Trester
Schwartz Trowe
Schwier True
Schwing Truitt
Scudder Tudor
Sedam Tufts
Sefton Turner
Sehi Turner, Robert
Sellers (see Flake)
Sembach
Shaw
Shedd
Sheldon
Shepherd
Sheppard
Sherman
Sherwood
Shockley
Shoemake
Showalter
Shuter
Shutts
Sibler
Siefferman
Sieg
Sieglitz
Siemandel
Simonson
Simpson
Sims, Simms
Sinkler
Sisson
Skaats, Skates
Skelton
Skidmore
Slater
Sleet
Sloan
Smashea/Smashey
Smith
Smock
Snell
Snow
Southard
Spanagel
Spangler
Sparks/Weaver
Speer
Spencer
Spicknall
Spooner
Squibb
St. Clair
Stalder
Stallman
Standriff
Steele
Stegner
Steinbauer
Steinmetz
Stemler
Stenger
Stephenson
Stevens
Stevenson
Stewart
Stiers
Stockton
Stone
Studer
Sturm
Sullivan
Sutton
Swales (see Morgan)
Swarz
Swift
Swisher
Sykes
Sylvester
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Family Name Family Name Family Name
Valentine Wade
Van Blaricum Wafford
Van Hooten Wakefield
Van Middlesworth Walker (2)
Van Nuys Wallace
Vance Wallpe
Vanzile Walser
Vawter Walston
Vincent Ward
Vinson Warner
Vogel Watson
Volland Watts
Way
Weber
Weddle
Weil
Weitzel
Wells
Werner
Wesemann
Wesling
West
Wheeler
Whetstone
Whipple
White
Whiteaker
Whitehead
Whitlock
Widolff
Wilber
Wilhelm
Wilkinson
Williams
Williamson
Willich
Willis
Willman
Wilson
Wilson, Daniel
Wilson, Obed
Wilson, William
Winegard
Winings
Winkley
Winters
Wissel
Witt
Wittenberg
Wolford
Woliung
Woods
Woodward
Works
Worley
Worst
Wright
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Contact

Call us

Main: 812-537-2775
Branch: 812-637-0777

Email us

lawplib@lpld.lib.in.us

In person

Main
150 Mary Street
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

Branch
25969 Dole Road
West Harrison, IN 47060

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About Us

Our Policies

Policies

LPLD Logo in blues and green

Our Library

LPLD is a public library system serving the cities of Lawrenceburg and Greendale and the townships of Harrison, Jackson, Kelso, Lawrenceburg, Logan, Miller, and York. A reciprocal agreement with neighboring Aurora Public Library offers every citizen of Dearborn County the benefit of library services. The main library is located at 150 Mary Street in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. The North Dearborn Branch of LPLD is located at 25969 Dole Road; West Harrison, Indiana.

Our Mission

To provide our community with equal access to resources - for life.

Our Vision

Our facilities are safe, welcoming, and attractive and provide adequate space for all ages. We are the center of our community, promoting a learning environment for the exchange of ideas.

As a resource center, the library satisfies the needs of the community through the best services, high quality collections, current technology, and cultural and recreational programming.

We value community input and establish collaborative relationships with outside organizations to maximize our resources and services. Meeting room space for diverse community groups and organizations furthers the library’s mission and enriches lives and encourages self education.

Dedicated employees provide the level of service expected by our customers. We are an organization with a passion for reaching out to inspire and to serve the community. Our highly trained staff is instrumental in providing knowledgeable, courteous and respectful service to all, while anticipating and adapting to the changing needs of the community.

The library provides our customers with opportunities for life long learning and personal enrichment and supports intellectual freedom while respecting privacy. The library is a source of community pride.

The key to progress is the continuous evaluation and improvement of our organization.

Our Values

LPLD is committed to the following values:

  • High Ethical Standards
  • Commitment to excellence
  • Equal access for all
  • Intellectual Freedom
  • The individual’s right to privacy
  • Welcoming, safe accessible environments
  • Up-to date collections and progressive technologies
  • Life Long learning
  • Community input
  • Vision for the future

Meet the Staff

LPLD Board of Trustees

  • Patricia Ritzmann, President
  • Julia Edwards Dickey, Vice President
  • Marita Cizek, Secretary
  • Linda Lyness
  • Jennifer Hanneken
  • Donald Siemers
  • Daniel Toon
  •  
  • Board meets the 4th Tuesday of each month at the Main Library.

Main Library

  • Sally Stegner , Director
  • Margie Kleier , Business and Operations Manager
  • Debra Beckett , ILS/Systems Manager
  • Georgeann Doan , Reference Librarian
  • Joyce Baer , Genealogy & Local History
  • Criseida Green , Digital Resources & Services Librarian
  • Chris Bockstiegel , Customer Service Manager

Youth Services Department

  • Jody Maples , Youth Services Manager

Outreach and Mobile Library (BOB)

  • Jim Farris , Outreach Coordinator

North Dearborn Branch

  • Phil Kuhn , Branch Manager
  • Lorrie Jezek , Assistant Branch Manager

Be Our Friend

Become a card-carrying Friend of the Library! Thank you for being our Friend!

Print the membership form from here! (PDF File), drop it at the library or mail it in.  It is that easy.

You will need Adobe® Reader® to view this file.  Visit Adobe® website for download options. Get Adobe Reader from Adobe.com

Meeting Room Policy and Usage

Meeting Rooms are available primarily to support programs and functions which fulfill the mission and further the goals of the Library District. When rooms are not in use by the Library, these spaces are available to established, not-for-profit organizations engaged in educational, cultural or charitable activities.  Businesses engaged in employee or organizational activities and governmental units located within the Library District or serving community members may also be permitted at the discretion of the Library Director.

In accordance with the ALA's Library Bill of Rights and its interpretations pertaining to meeting rooms, use of the meeting rooms is not based on subject matter or content of the meeting, or on the beliefs or affiliations of a meeting’s sponsor.

The purpose of this policy is to maximize use of the Meeting Rooms, ensure equal access to eligible groups and to provide for orderly scheduling of the Meeting Rooms.

Use of the Meeting Rooms will be governed by the following:

Scheduling

  • Meetings will be scheduled in advance on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Meeting Rooms may be scheduled no more than six months in advance.
  • The Library reserves the right to divide a room when appropriate if there is more than one request for the same time period.
  • Library-sponsored activities and programs will take precedence in scheduling.  As much notice as possible will be given if a conflict arises.
  • In order to schedule a Meeting Room, groups must agree to observe the Meeting Room Policy and Guidelines either by choosing the “I Accept” button from the webpage when making reservations online, or by having a completed and signed Meeting Room Agreement (available at the Circulation Desk) on file with the Library prior to the meeting. Paper agreements expire after twelve(12) months, whereupon a new completed and signed form must be filed for continued use of the room.
  • To provide equal access to as many groups as possible the following guidelines apply:
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Space may be reserved for no more than 5 consecutive days in a month by a single organization.
  • Space may be reserved for no more that 6 consecutive weekly meetings.
  • Space may be reserved for no more than 6 monthly meetings.
  • Study Rooms
  • Study rooms are non-reservable and are available on a "first-come" basis.
  • Occupancy of study rooms is available for a maximum period of two hours, with a required two-hour interim period prior to repeated occupancy in the same day.
  • The above guidelines do not apply to internal library activities and events.

Fees

Although no rent or fees are charged for use of the rooms by qualifying groups, a charge may be levied by the LPLD Business Manager to cover cleaning expenses and/or damages when warranted by the condition of the room following a group’s use.

Groups using a Meeting Room may not charge admission fees. (Friends of the Library who raise funds for additional Library resources and services are exempted.) Written requests for an exception may be submitted in writing to the Library Director in advance by nonprofit organizations needing to recover costs incurred by the event. Generally, permission is granted only to cover costs incurred by the group for class supplies or speaker fees.

Donations by those using the room are encouraged and are tax deductible.

Responsibilities of Room Users

Groups using Meeting Rooms are required to handle the setup for their meeting, to return furniture and other equipment to the location specified on the room arrangement chart posted in each room, and to leave the room clean and in good condition prior to departure.

Use of the Library’s equipment must be arranged in advance and confirmed the day prior to the reservation.

Groups using the kitchenette must supply their own consumables. Paper products, condiments etc. that may be on hand are for use only by staff in Library-sponsored activities and programs.

Timely notice of a cancellation is expected.  Demand for room use is heavy and other groups deserve an opportunity to use the room if available.  Three consecutive no-shows by a group will result in automatic cancellation of existing reservations.

Hours of Use

Meeting Rooms are available only during Library hours.  A group meeting in a room with a direct exit to the outside may continue the meeting a maximum of two hours after the Library closes on Mondays through Thursdays, provided the specified closing procedures are followed.  Groups meeting in interior spaces with no direct exit to the outside must conclude their meeting prior to the Library's closing time.

Limitations

Selling, solicitation, or taking of orders is not permitted, with the exception of authors engaged in book signings, artists performing or exhibiting in the rooms and The Friends of the Library.

A Library staff member may be present at any time during a meeting.

Use of a Meeting Room does not imply endorsement, support, or sponsorship by the Lawrenceburg Public Library District of the activity that takes place in a room or of the beliefs of the group using the room.  Groups or individuals using the room may not imply that the Library endorses the event unless the event is co-sponsored.

Use of the meeting rooms by businesses is limited to Dearborn County businesses for employee training or internal meetings.  Solicitations, demonstrations or showcasing of products or services to the public is not permitted.

Groups failing to comply with any part of this policy, other established policies and procedures of the LPLD, or with requests made by Library staff, may be denied future use of Meeting Room space.

Adopted: May 27, 2003 by the Board of Trustees
Revised, August 23, 2005
Revised, January 27, 2009
Revised, August 28, 2012
Attested:________________________ Secretary

Procedures for use of the Lawrenceburg Public Library Districts Meeting Rooms

  1. Please reserve the meeting room space online by going to the LPLD webpage (http://www.lpld.lib.in.us/) or by phone at LPL 812-537-2775 or NDB at 812-637-0777.
  2. Each room has a standard room arrangement. Groups using the meeting rooms are expected to do their own setup and to return all furniture to the standard room arrangement posted in each room. In addition, please be considerate of the next group and clean up after yourselves. Wash all used dishes and wipe all table tops.
  3. Special equipment needed must be reserved and arranged for in advance when the meeting room is scheduled. Available equipment is listed on the reservation sheets.
  4. Room capacity is determined by the Fire Marshal and must be limited to that number. Users are responsible for recording attendance and completing a short survey located near the exit of each room.

Meeting Room Reservation Options
By selecting one of these options you agree to comply with our policy as stated above
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Hours & Location

Lawrenceburg Public Library District

Main Library

150 Mary Street
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

Monday - Thursday: 9-8
Friday: 9-5
Saturday: 10-5

Call Us:
(812)537-2775

North Dearborn Branch

25969 Dole Road
West Harrison, IN 47060

Monday - Thursday: 10-8
Friday: Closed
Saturday: 10-5

Call Us:
(812)637-0777

Contact Us:
lawplib@lpld.lib.in.us

  • Genealogy Room Maps
  • Genealogy Room Workstations
  • Genealogy Room Vertical Files
  • Genealogy Room Obit Index
  • Genealogy Room Library Buildings
  • Genealogy Room Library Buildings also
  • Genealogy Room Books on the wall