The Johnson Memorial Library serves the residents who live in the city of Genesee. The library is one of the branches of Genesee District Library, which maintains 617,300 volumes and circulates about two million items per year. The library was officially opened in 1960 in Ralph and Bertha Johnson's honor. It houses the Genesee High School Yearbook collection and children's materials and provides public computers, free WiFi, copy, and fax service.

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Physical Address:
7397 North Genesee Road
Genesee, Michigan {JSON:Zip}


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