The Inglenook Branch Library is a publicly funded and managed library that serves more than 200,000 residents in the city of Birmingham in the north-central region of Alabama. It is an affiliate branch of the Birmingham Public Library (BPL), which was founded as an adjunct of the city's public schools and was officially turned over to the public library board in 1913. To make up for the library system's current expansion and fully serve its patrons, the Inglenook Branch Library was opened in 1979. It contributes to the system's overall collection and services, which now total more than 699,000 books and serial volumes, more than 17,000 e-books, more than 33,000 audio files, and more than 43,000 video files. Over 152,000 people have registered as borrowers with the library system, which has 21 sites, including the central library, and circulates more than one million items with more than two million visits each year.

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Physical Address:
4100 North 40th Terrace
Birmingham, Alabama 35217


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