The Douglass Branch Library is one of the divisions of the Detroit Public Library that serves over 600,000 residents of Detroit in Wayne County, Michigan. The library system holds a collection of 6.8 million volumes and circulates roughly two million items per year, including audio, videos, and electronic resources. The branch library provides services for the blind and physically handicapped, ranging from audiobooks, descriptive videos, reference sources on the American Disabilities Act, monthly book clubs, author talks, computer training, and braille classes.

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Physical Address:
3666 Grand River Avenue
Detroit, Michigan {JSON:Zip}


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