The North Branch Library is the oldest of the Nashville Public Library, which serves the residents in the City of Nashville, Davidson County, TN. The library opened in 1915 and is one of the Carnegie libraries with original floors, woodwork, and a checkout desk. The library maintains over 1.6 million volumes and circulates more than 4.6 million items annually. There are public computers and Wi-Fi in the library, meeting rooms, free parking spaces, as well as printing and photocopying machines.

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Physical Address:
1001 Monroe Street
Nashville, Tennessee 37208


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